Art education in children is an ever-growing and evolving process of perception. This evolution in the perception brings out a rise in their creativity. This is an experience that enhances both two-dimensional and three-dimensional creativity, using different materials and different techniques. What the child gains with this art education are an understanding of the abstraction and the ability to carry their new aesthetic perspectives to their daily lives by mixing their academic knowledge and creative perspectives. The education also makes the children aware of their own unique creativity.
The main goal is to tear down the prejudicious norms that prevent them from having a “sight” while looking. In conclusion, the goal of education is to have children that are able to read between the lines, render, and question.
At FAP kids, art isn’t considered as an are of drawing and painting, but as an intellectual space.