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Art Programs

Art Programs

T2_bhe world of art knows no bounds. It is not limited by things concrete, abstract, solid nor physical. It is a world where the creative mind prevails and self-expression flows unhindered.

Through several art activities given to deaf students, LCD realized that a lot of deaf children possess great potential in the arts. More importantly, LCD saw a tool that deaf children can use for self-expression. And if pursued diligently, deaf children can achieve self-actualization through art.

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provides a venue for self expression and holistic development. It also raises the profile of people who are deaf in society in the field of art and consequently stimulates society’s interest in them.

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The program is supported by ICAP. For more information you can visit their website at http://www.icapcharityday.com.

UNSPOKEN: Communication through Art

LINK Center for the Deaf in collaboration with ArtisteSpace currently conducts an art program entitled: UNSPOKEN: Communication through Art under Misereor Project. This activity is participated by students who are deaf and teachers from public schools.

The programruns every Saturday from January to February 2019. Its aim is to strengthen the potentials of the children who are deaf in the field of art and enable them to share the learned knowledge and skills with their fellow students who are deaf in their respective schools. 

ArtisteSpace invited distinct Artists with different expertise, style and advocacy for the duration of the program. The program serves as a venue for them to witness how these students who are deaf passionately use art as their form of communication in expressing their insights and emotions on a particular subject and medium. 

May the Lord establish the works of His servants.

January 5 – “COLOR EXPRESSION”

January 12 – “DIGITAL-ASSISTED PORTRAIT DRAWING”

January 19 – “THE CHIBI IN ME MASKMAKING”

January 26 – “BASIC PAINTING WORKSHOP”

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