How It Works
Fantastical Art includes interactive learning activities to develop creative thinking skills through new digital medium - virtual reality.
During this programme, kids will learn how to express and visualise their ideas belong two dimensions, how to create 3D characters and environments in a virtual space. They will work with an incredible array of virtual brushes, while understanding deeply the art styles and learning about some of the famous artists through VR experiences.
We work in small groups with a maximum of 5 students. Our instructors adopt a hands-on approach to teach children how to translate drawing skills into three-dimensional art.
Participants will learn art principles and styles while developing their own creative thinking skills that will make them more competitive in the age of AI.
VISUAL SPATIAL PERCEPTION
Upcoming Holiday Camp "Create & Play"
School Extra-Curricular Activities
Our extra-curricular courses are designed based on the school's preferences. Each session has a new art topic and students are given the opportunity to create a small VR project inspired by it.
Alternatively, students can create a large project over a few sessions for a special showcase in school. Moreover, Images and videos of students' virtual reality works will be provided upon the course completion.
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Ready to let your students unleash their creativity in a virtual space?
Session Duration: 2 hours
Course Duration: 3-8 sessions
What Participants Say
10 years old
Using my imagination I could make everything I wanted. What I really enjoyed was exploring the different brushes to create my own mythical animal and re-draw it in VR.
MRS AMY KHOO
Montfort Junior School
My pupils fully enjoyed their VR experience and immersed themselves in the masterpieces of the various great artists. Fantasium was also very generous to bring in many sets of Tiltbrush and laptops to our school so that our boys can have the maximum hands-on time.
11 years old
I love my classes so much! I finally found a space where I can create a fantasy world from my dreams