Art Appreciation with Slow Art Workshop
Art Appreciation with Slow Art Workshop will help you to answer the question: I don't know how to appreciate art!
What is Art Appreciation
Everyone can appreciate art, because it is inbuilt in us. Art is natural and intrinsic to humans. And yet so many of us claim that we do not know how to appreciate art. Why is this so?
The main reason, we suspect, is that most of us have no confidence in our ability to appreciate art. Art has become so intellectual and expensive that we become intimidated, because we do not understand what is happening.
This commercial and theoretical part of art is only one facade of art, the "thinking" side of art. We forget about the more important part of art, the "feeling" side.
Art, visual arts, is meant to be seen and felt, direct from eyes to heart.
What you see in the painting and what you feel from the painting is art appreciation. That is your appreciation of that art piece.
There is no "correct" answer in art appreciation, that we are so worried that we cannot get. Nobody, even the artist, can say you are "wrong" in your appreciation of the painting because, it is what you feel.
Well, who can say what you feel is wrong?
What is Slow Art
Studies have shown that most visitors to the art museums spend about 2 seconds to look at one painting. That is even shorter than a goldfish's memory of 3 seconds!
It is no wonder that most of us conclude that art is hard to understand. What can we hope to achieve with a cursory glance?
This is not just about art, it is also true for most things in life. We need to give time and attention, to appreciate and enjoy what we want.
Slow art is a global movement that aims to help more people discover the joy of art by looking at art slowly.
Only by spending time with a painting, by looking at it slowly, by reflecting what you have seen, can you truly "see" and appreciate the painting.
Art Appreciation with Slow Art Workshop
The Art Appreciation with Slow Art Workshop will help you:
1. Learn how to look at paintings
A structured process of looking - from near to far, from lines to colours
2. Learn how to appreciate art
A three step framework of appreciation - what you see, what you know, what you feel
3. Learn how to slowly enjoy art
A hands on practice session - look at a painting for 10mins
Time: 2 to 3.30pm
Venue: ARTualize art gallery
Fees: $15 per person
Booking: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp 96385958
Jan7, Jan21, Jan28
Corporate Art Appreciation with Slow Art Workshop
The workshop is highly suitable for team building as discussions about the paintings will lead the team to realise how different people are and how judgements and assumptions affect others.
Drop us an email at email@example.com to book a special slot!
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What our participants say
Aaron, November 2022
"Great art appreciation!"
Rachel, November 2022
"The workshop enables me to appreciate art more and appreciate it in my perspective and think more about the painting in a more emotional way."
Thomas & Yingyun, November 2022
"We had a really fun and informative session learning how to appreciate art. Learnt about tips which we have not heard about before. Thanks for the enjoyable time!"
John & Rach, November 2022
"A very interesting introduction to Low Hai Hong's works which showcases his impressive techniques."
Patricia Koh, September 2022
"Thank you for helping me appreciate art by giving me so many helpful tips. I'm happy I was able to attend this workshop and look forward in putting these helpful tips and be able to enjoy and appreciate art more."
Peggy, August 2022
"It is my first time attending art appreciation workshop; it's interesting and educational. Never imagine that there're so many angles to appreciate the art - distance, art medium, style, etc, all matters. It really helps me in appreciating art in the future."
Jue Chen, August 2022
"Sok Leng has been very helpful and is a great sharer of her expertise in areas of art appreciation. I found the workshop very enriching and learnt a lot more about art."