You may have seen them in the windows of Japanese restaurants and seen beautiful plated food, that at first sight seems so real. But, on closer look you realise that its fake. So, how do they make fake food look so real? Here’s a look at a multi-billion yen industry, which makes the displays, which come… Continue reading CREATING REAL ART WITH FAKE FOOD
While working with our scribblers, when we do portraits, I have come across a very interesting observation. They are happy to drawing everything, except the nose! It somehow seems to dampen their masterpieces, making them 'unpretty'. As a kid, I was unaccepting of my nose, thought it was too long and broad. So I would… Continue reading Who NOSE?
This is what you all had to say about the scribble experience. "My five year old did the STEAM workshop at Scribble and came away with some exciting artwork. I liked the theme as it had science, art and creativity all in one. Of course the Art teacher Anjali is full of innovative approaches to… Continue reading Lovin’ the love from y’ll! TESTIMONIALS
Found this poster online sometime back, and this beautifully puts together so many thoughts 🙂 Definitely have a read! This poster is designed by Bar Rucci from artbarblog. This fabulous poster is available for sale. Would say totally worth buying and putting up for inspiration at home or in school.
Celebrating the Year of the Rooster! Throwback to our CNY art class with our 3-5 year old batch. Think these turned out truly festive and straight from the he'art'! 🙂 Medium is pencils and felt pens.
STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. These are potential innovators,… Continue reading Adding some STEAM