hellobali - - AFTER HOURS -

“Jor­raine had been teach­ing art for 12 years in some of the best art schools in Sin­ga­pore, so she’s very ex­pe­ri­enced with chil­dren. We have small classes, with no more than five peo­ple in each of them, so no stu­dents will be lack­ing at­ten­tion.”

The classes are held daily and are about one and a half hour long; there are a few pack­ages to choose from, and you can de­cide how many days per week you want to come. There are four cat­e­gories of classes – Bam­bini, three to six years old; Lit­tle Artists, seven to 12 years old; Young Masters, 13 to 16 years old, and adults. There are also work­shops that last up to four hours. “The work­shops are a bit more in­ten­sive, and so a bit tir­ing. But re­ally ful­fill­ing,” says Jor­raine.

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