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在新加坡哪里学习专业书法课程?学习书法对儿童青少年的好处 ​

在新加坡读书的小朋友觉得学习华语很难,华语字非常难写,想把华语字写的漂亮就难上加难。好多小朋友的书写能力差,字写得不规整、歪斜,字体不好看,这样的小朋友要注意了,学习书法能帮助小朋友的书写能力,对小朋友的华语水平的提升和专注力、个人文化修养等等会有很多好处。

书法有严格的书写法则,儿童青少年在小学阶段,主要是识字,在学习文化的同时又学习书法,既可以巩固所学的知识,又能促进文字书写水平的提高,把字写得更加整洁美观,又合乎规范。

一、提高儿童青少年的文化素质

如果一个孩子从小受就学习书法,不仅能够提高他们的书法素养和艺术修养,而且能够培养他们严谨踏实的学习态度、自觉刻苦的学习精神。 少儿书法培训使学生提高审美能力和综合文化艺术素养,形成书法特长及爱好;写字是小学生的基本技能,如果小朋友的字写的好看,规整,会受到诸多赞赏,使小朋友增加自信心。

二、促进思维能力的提高

书法学习能够激发小孩的求知欲,对汉字的观察与分析,多了解汉字的形成和笔划的起源,熟悉偏旁部首的愿意,有助于提升孩子的华语水平和拓展孩子的思维能力。

三、开发智力,培养协调性。书法的练习是一种生动的动态系统,

始终要求专注、写好每一个字,都需要大脑指挥手和眼睛配合完成,使大脑的左右半球的技能获得同时发展并增进互相协调能力,无数事例证实,学习过书法的孩子,在理解能力,接受能力,想象力和创造性思维能力等方面,都显著高于一般孩子。

四、培养孩子的耐力和专注力

许多家长都觉得自己的孩子特别好动,静不下来,不容易专注,不利于学习新的知识。但是当小朋友去经过书法学习训练,孩子的专注力会得到改善。因为学习书法需要全身心地投入,需要大脑、眼睛、手脚的配合,写字能让孩子整个人安静下来。

五、促进生理心理的健康发展。

书法教学活动能够激发儿童的求知欲,对字帖的观察与分析,对书写过程的思考与领悟,对书法习作的评价与反思,将有助于儿童思维能力的全面提高。书写毛笔字能够促进儿童生理心理的健康发展,运用毛笔进行书写,可视为一种操作过程。在这种操作过程中,神经要进行不断地传导,手的操作感觉被及时传递到大脑,大脑的思维活动不断地发出指令,纠正改善着操作过程。

练书法对于孩子来说,收获的不仅仅是一手漂亮好看的字,更重要的是在练习过程中,孩子会养成认真观察的习惯,有良好的道德素质和文化素质,记忆力会明显提高……所以,学书法有利于孩子的成长。

新加坡视觉艺术中心针对儿童青少年开设的专业书法课程由书法家马双禄亲自授课,课程内容丰富,针对儿童青少年的不同华语和书写程度,量身定制个性化课程,从基础开始,循序渐进,适合初学者和不同书法水平的提升。书法课程内容:学习楷书、行书、隶书的基本章法结构笔画书写技巧,汉字偏旁部首的涵义,学习汉字字形的结构规律,指导学员书写四字成语、唐诗宋词、对联等,老师全程讲解和示范,让学员在学习书法书写技巧的同时,提升古汉语和华文水平。

 马双禄老师简介

马双禄,新加坡著名书法家,新亚太文化艺术联合会副主席,新加坡义安文化中心等团体艺术顾问,潮州八邑会馆文教委员,教育部和人民协会书法培训导师,《南洋书法》杂志编辑顾问,新加坡全国书法比赛评委。

他的书法作品,在中国书协等单位举办的全国性赛事中40多次获大奖,在新加坡全国书法比赛中多次荣获第一名和第二名。被世界艺术家协会等单位授予“世界金奖艺术家”,“突出贡献艺术家”,“实力派书法家”等荣誉称号。

书法作品曾被新加坡总理李显龙、副总理张志贤等20多位国家领导和政府部长,中国驻新加坡大使馆,新加坡美术总会,亚洲文明博物馆,孙中山南洋纪念馆,新加坡黑土地美术馆等艺术团体,东南亚众多收藏家和社团组织及社会贤达收藏。

关于新加坡视觉艺术中心专业书法课程
(适合6岁或以上)
时间表:星期四晚上 7pm – 9pm, 星期六下午 3pm – 5pm
学费: 12堂 | $680 , 24堂 | $1260 (提供所有的材料)
地点:麦波申画室 ( 麦波申地铁站 A出口, 2分钟步行到对面的 AZ@Paya Lebar Building)
140 Paya Lebar Road, #03-04 AZ@Paya Lebar Building, S(409015)

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Professional Chinese Calligraphy Course MacPherson art studio

麦波申画室 ( 麦波申地铁站  A出口, 2分钟步行到对面的 AZ@Paya Lebar Building)

140 Paya Lebar Road, #03-04 AZ@Paya Lebar Building, S(409015)

Our Schedule

VISUAL ART CENTRE DHOBY GHAUT STUDIO

CLASS SCHEDULE

TEEN/ADULT CLASS

KIDS CLASS (5-7 YEAR OLD)

CREATIVE JUNIOR CLASS (8-9 YEAR OLD)

MON

11am -
1:15pm

5pm -
7:15pm

5pm -
7:15pm

(DIGITAL/
MANGA)

7:30pm -
9:45pm

5pm -
6:30pm

TUE

3.30pm -
5:45pm

3.30pm -
5:45pm

(DIGITAL/
MANGA)

3:30pm -
5pm

(KIDS)

4:30pm -
6pm

(KIDS)

3:30pm -
5pm

WED

11am -
1:15pm

1:30pm -
3:45pm

5pm -
7:15pm

7:30pm -
9:45pm

(Chinese Ink Painting)

5pm -
6:30pm

THU

1pm -
3:15pm

3:30pm -
5:45pm

7:30pm - 10pm

(Nude Life / Portrait)

3:30pm -
5pm

FRI

11am -
1:15pm

5pm -
7:15pm

7:30pm -
9:45pm

 

5pm -
6:30pm

SAT

10:30am -
12:45pm

1pm -
3:15pm

3:30pm -
5:45pm

6:30pm -
8:45pm

 

SUN

10:30am -
12:45pm

11:15am -
12:45pm

(KIDS)

1pm -
3:15pm

3:30am -
5:45pm

 

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MacPherson Art Studio

Call/WhatsApp: +65-6255-0711

CLASS SCHEDULE

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140 Paya Lebar Rd, 03-04 AZ @Paya Lebar Building, S(409015)

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Our Location

Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio

kids holiday, space for hire, venue hire for exhibition gallery, top central venue for rent in Singapore, Visual Arts Centre
视觉艺术中心 – Visual Arts Centre (Dhoby Ghaut Studio)

10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green
Singapore 238469

MacPherson Art Studio

Visual arts Centre Macpherson kids holiday, space for hire, venue hire for exhibition gallery, top central venue for rent in Singapore, Visual Arts Centre

视觉艺术中心 – Visual Arts Centre (Macpherson Studio)

140 Paya Lebar Road, $03-04 AZ@ Paya Lebar Building
Singapore 409015

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麦波申画室 ( 麦波申地铁站  A出口, 5分钟步行到对面的 AZ@Paya Lebar Building)

140 Paya Lebar Road, #03-04 AZ@Paya Lebar Building, S(409015)

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Storytelling and Paneling: Explore the basics of storytelling in manga, including paneling techniques, pacing, and layout. Show examples of different panel structures and discuss how they affect the flow of the story.
Inking and Coloring: Introduce participants to inking techniques using pens or markers. You can also cover digital inking for those interested. Then, demonstrate basic coloring techniques using markers, colored pencils, or digital software.
Feedback and Collaboration: Provide opportunities for participants to share their work and receive feedback from their peers and instructors. Encourage collaboration by having them work together on short manga projects or collaborative drawings.
Final Showcase: End the workshop with a showcase of participants’ work. This could be in the form of an exhibition, digital gallery, or printed booklet. Celebrate everyone’s creativity and progress throughout the workshop.
Remember to create a supportive and encouraging environment where participants feel free to express themselves and explore their creativity. And don’t forget to have fun! Manga is all about imagination and passion, so let that spirit shine through in your workshop.

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The academy drawing and sketching tradition, rooted in centuries of artistic practice, emphasizes disciplined study of form, proportion, and technique. Originating from Renaissance workshops and formalized by institutions like the Royal Academy, it prioritizes meticulous observation and mastery of fundamental skills. Students progress from basic exercises to complex compositions, learning to depict still life and common objects with precision and expression. This tradition values both classical principles and innovation, encouraging artists to push boundaries while maintaining a deep respect for tradition. Through rigorous training and critique, artists within this tradition cultivate a strong foundation for creative exploration and artistic excellence.

Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy

This course on Chinese ink painting and calligraphy introduces young learners to the rich traditions of Chinese art. Through hands-on activities, students explore the basics of brush techniques, ink control, and the delicate art of Chinese script. They learn to appreciate the cultural significance of calligraphy and painting, developing skills in creating elegant strokes and expressive brushwork. The course fosters creativity, patience, and fine motor skills, while also providing insights into Chinese history and aesthetics. By the end, children gain confidence in their artistic abilities and a deeper understanding of Chinese cultural heritage.

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