Cultivating A Generation of Design Thinkers
My son really enjoyed Lil' Palette classes. It was awesome the way Lynn translated the work of famous artists like Picasso, Van Gogh and Andy Warhol for a 6 year old and still made it into fun art classes. It's a really unique programme that you don't find anywhere else. You get Art History + Art Activity so it's really great.
Megha Singh, Parent
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My boy (3yo) looks forward to art lessons every week. Lynn is such an inspiring teacher and am amazed at the different medium and techniques taught every lesson. She makes an effort to connect with every child and helps them to recognise the works of various artists. Pleasantly surprised that my son remembers the names of some artists too! Would highly recommend!
Silvie Santoso, Parent
Moving beyond fingerprinting and the colouring of pictures, Lil' Palette is a NYC-inspired art programme that exposes young children to famous artists, artworks and art mediums. In other words, a kids' art appreciation programme.
Our programmes are built on the belief that a broad-based, well-rounded art education spans beyond the value of acquiring an art technique or artistic skills. When children are provoked to think and interact with an artwork, they develop creative and critical thinking skills that propel them onto a lifelong artistic pursuit, whether it is creating an artwork, painting, or problem solving.
Lynn Teo, Founder & Director
Having studied Art at ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels, Lynn went on to pursue a Degree in the Fine Arts at the esteemed School of Visual Arts in New York City. After almost a decade of dabbling in the Arts abroad, Lynn returned to Singapore with the hope to cultivate a young generation of visual thinkers. She discovers her true passion in engaging young children through Art. Having studied Art History from a young age, Lynn realises its importance in broadening her mind and triggering profound sensibilities. She aspires to be a part of the journey of moulding young children to think visually.
Lynn was also one of the 25 students of her class to be awarded special honors at graduation.
Lee Jia Zhen, Art Specialist
Jia Zhen graduated from NTU School of Art, Design and Media with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications. As a young and budding Artist in Singapore, Jia Zhen has also extensively taught Art to young children of ages 5-13. She studied Art at ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels and believes that being exposed to art at a young age is integral to the jumpstarting of every child's creative journey. She hopes to inspire children to look at the world through creative lenses and help them capture it in their works through storytelling.
Jia Zhen has exhibited and auctioned her artworks at Ion Art Gallery and was also awarded the Most Promising Artist in the 2014 UOB Painting of the Year.
Trehaus (City Hall)
Funan Mall, Level 7
Tel: 97263516 (whatsApp)