One of the many roles of an artist is to feel and to portray things that are often overlooked or cannot be seen with one’s eyes. We call you to turn your attention to Worlds Unseen, from the macro world of microbes to parallel universes to feelings and emotions.

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ENROL NOW: Term starts from 3 May!
Existing students do NOT need to re-enrol.


Explorer’s Art   (3 – 5 yrs)

Art Chef

Feeling hungry? Fancy a hearty burger, or maybe something lighter like Sushi? How about a giant Taco?! Our Explorers will become  master chefs, creating a series of three mixed-media food sculptures of various scales. Experimenting with different uses of materials and studying their particular qualities and textures, our Explorers will imitate food through art.

Core Art   (5 – 10 yrs)

Worlds Unseen

Welcome to Worlds Unseen, an adventure into the microscopic. Our Core Artists will draw inspiration from macro imagery of microbes and viruses to produce highly idiosyncratic creative line works. They will be creating three artworks, starting with a fine line ‘zentangle’ and a petri-dish experiment with colour. Then, they will create a mixed-media sculpture incorporating decorative elements of illustration.

Drawing Fundamentals   (6 – 8 yrs)

Me, Myself & I – Layered Portraiture

Play with layers and illusion while learning to draw believable faces. Break down facial proportions through drawing exercises and constructive  sketches. Portray faces and features from different angles, and create a proportional inked portrait. Produce two portraits on one paper, put on your red-and-blue glasses, and close one eye to watch the other portrait disappear!

Ready-Set-Draw   (8 yrs+)

Comedic Comics

Channel your inner comic! Four-panel joke comics have a long history across many cultures, and today they are more widespread and readily appreciated than ever through the internet and social media. Study a range of influences from American newspaper strips, Japanese 4-koma, and modern online comics. Design amusing characters, render them in black ink, and experiment with the interplay between text and image to find the perfect comedic timing.

Comics   (8 yrs+)


Immerse your audience in the universe of your making. Take inspiration from superhero comic legend Jack Kirby, who is widely regarded as one of the medium’s major innovators. Challenge yourself to create a dynamic, immersive, and visually engaging glimpse into your story through a full comic spread which spans two pages. Improve your paneling, pacing, and structure. Our long-term students will be taking the characters and universes they’ve created in previous terms and expanding on them throughout the project.

Sculpture Culture

(Pottery-Ceramics 10 yrs+)

Fundamentals Master Class

Learn to build three-dimensionally and excel in creation that takes form in art ware, figurines, sculpture, decorative and applied art objects. Acquire fundamental skills from pinching, coiling, slab to wheel-throwing, we shall experiment with new materials whilst utilising techniques of slip casting, clay modelling, and surface texturing.


(Digital Arts 10 yrs+)

Retro Revival

Step back in time and delve into the history of video games! Learn how to say more with less as you reduce your creature and location designs down into pixel art with a limited canvas and colour palette. Expand your skillset by investigating the pointillism movement to develop advanced colour mixing techniques. Then bring your pixelated world to life with a looping animation!

Sketchbook Studies & Painting   (10 yrs+)

Sargent And Fashion

Take inspiration from the Tate Britain Exhibition of John Singer Sargent’s portraits, Sargent and Fashion. Dabble a little in fashion illustration, and practice observational drawing and painting of various textile textures and weights. Explore oil portrait painting that focuses on rendering clothing and fabric in a loose, expressive way. Choose which parts of the costume you wish to paint fully rendered and which will be completed with broad strokes. Appreciate how Sargent used fashion as a powerful tool to express identity and personality.

Tactile Textile  (12 yrs+)


Let’s craft a talisman filled with positive energy using a rich assortment of thread, yarn, and fabric. Talismans are objects that are thought to have magical powers and can be used for specific purposes, such as protection, healing, and good luck. Your charm will include a combination  of personalised and customized symbols that represent values or characteristics that you wish to capture.

Mentor Studio   (13 yrs+)

For art enthusiasts who are considering Art for GCSE, A-Levels, IGCSE or IB; or who simply enjoy being stretched artistically. Mentor Studio is open to any participants who want to strengthen their skill repertoire, build on their collection of portfolio-worthy artworks, or explore challenging themes through open-end self-enquiry guided closely by a mentor. Acquire in-depth knowledge and understanding of art-form, techniques and styles used as we guide you through various artistic decision and pathways to artistic achievement.

Architecture in Context   (13 yrs+)

Rendering technicalities with creativity, we explore architectural and interior spaces, with referenced imagery and floor plans of Hong Kong vibrant and historical landmarks to build a foundation of perspective, shape, space and form. Topics of investigation throughout the year range from Relocation, Restoration and Conversion, with rendition of a mix of architectural drawings, mood boards and illustrations; both conceptual and imaginative.