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Art is not just for Art's sake!

Art has a significant impact on children's development and well-being. Engaging in artistic activities can help children express themselves creatively, build confidence, develop fine motor skills, and enhance their problem-solving abilities. Additionally, exposure to art can broaden their perspectives, foster empathy, and encourage critical thinking. Overall, incorporating art into children's lives can have a positive influence on their overall growth and development.

 

Did you know….?

Art has been shown to have a variety of positive impacts on people, including:


1. Stress reduction: Engaging with art, whether through creating or experiencing it, has been linked to lower levels of stress and anxiety.


2. Improved mental health: Art therapy has been used as a form of treatment for various mental health conditions, such as depression and PTSD, with positive results.


3. Enhanced creativity: Engaging with art can stimulate creativity and innovation, leading to new ideas and perspectives.


4. Increased empathy: Viewing art that depicts different perspectives and emotions can help people develop empathy and understanding for others.


5. Cognitive benefits: Studies have shown that engaging with art can improve cognitive functions such as memory, attention, and problem-solving skills.


Overall, art has the power to inspire, heal, and enrich the lives of people in various ways.


At Paper Rock Scissors Art Studios the projects designed are age specific to cater for age specific development and skill level.

We offer after school art classes for Junior School and High School Mon to Thursday during the school term. We also have a fantastic holiday program that provides the opportunity for making new friends as well as lots of fun, crafty activities.

We also offer workshops the adults can do with children, or, groups of adults too!




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