4-7 Years Old
A Workshop series for the little ones to enable their skills and be excited to learn through Performing and Visual art
SPECTRUM fuses creativity with learning and uses the parents help to choose a topic (seasons, earth etc) from which we design a unique program every month. From the audio visuals, music and chosen medium, it is all carefully designed to ensure that the child learns to understand and express everyday topics through art.
Spectrum encourages children to explore the wonders of theatre, painting, music, sketching and many more.
- Duration 2 hours
- Audio Visual: 20 minutes
- Effective workshop time: 75 min
- Break: 5 min
- Fun Activities: 20 min
A place where friends art meets theatre, music, and fun. Where you chose what you want to dabble with, learn and develop or simply indulge. Supported by a professionally qualified and experienced faculty, Club 18 redefines experiential Art learning. Sessions are held in after school hours on week days and weekends, but the fun doesn't stop here. With a strong focus on integrating global cultural and artistic diversity, during festival times Club 18 Minus presents across the length and breath of the city being accompanied with unique celebrations which characterise the festival. We aim to support schools, teachers and parents in giving children a more diverse and holistic education. SpotLightFeb104
Outbound field trips and camps are organised regularly to build with the rich exposure to various art forms to help them express their creativity and develop.
For parents, Club 18 Minus is a safe, professionally managed co-curricular centre, where they can rest assured knowing their child is evolving in a vibrant and culturally refined atmosphere into an aware and responsible adult. Professional counselling support is also available to support the children with any issue.
Theatre & Storytelling, Movement & Props
Stories, Emotions, Body Movement and Visualisation skills
Workshop for a child to invigorate his imagination, personality and skills required to be able to handle public presence
Our past, present and future as human civilisation have so beautifully lived with us in form different stories. Stories help children to cope with many feelings and problems. Many people look back with pleasure on their favourite stories from childhood. Stories help children to deal with the problems and fears that they face or will face in everyday life - about situations, culture, mood; about what things look like; and about people and their lives. Stories help to develop children's imagination. When we read or tell a story which contains feelings, the child is helped to accept their own feelings and to understand how others as well. They learn that they are not alone and that other children may feel the same as he does.
A great theatre artist and Story Teller once said "Stories should be a journey of our soul watching thing as they are, from a helicopter driven by our mind and heart outbound to your body, only then will you feel at home". So make stories a part of your child's body and imagination and theatre a part of their life. Make Story telling not just a hobby, but a passion to be someone different every day. It's not important that they act, but it's important that they express.