So on to this place. Fees are slightly higher at RM150, but I expected more actually. Globalart was poky and no-frills, no air-con soit was a bit hot at class. Art Studio in contrast has a nice spacious wooden floor and it's air-conditioned. They teach drawing as well as colouring and arts/craft. The framed art on display are all different, in line with their stated motive to develop creativity in kids. SE loves looking at these and I have to drag her away to go home!
So far all good signs! I'm not expecting the girls to be great artists - I myself have few creative bones in my body! Improving their technical skills is one goal since there's art at school and acing a subject (or at least not struggling at it) is always nice. Them having fun is another. And getting them off electronic gadgets for a couple of hours is a third.
Let's see how this goes.
SE: Ahh so tired
JE: Get up get up