About Art of Nature Workshop

  

Established in 2007, Art of Nature Int’l has devoted to promote Chinese - foreign art exchange and uphold the essence of Chinese art and culture, in accordance with the idea of "Art accords with brand, art accords with life, art makes a better life". Carrying the mission of social responsibility, Art of Nature has developed into an influential art institution in Hong Kong within the decade. With its expansion, "Art accords with life, art makes a better life" have been further realized. More people are able to sense the inspiration bought by art. Through our art programs, people could learn to understand their inner selves and express themselves. It is under such belief and expectation that the Art of Nature Workshop was born. It is a multicultural learning center that provides professional knowledge on art, a cross-border communication platform that integrates academic exchanges, art appreciation, art experience and art networking.

Art of Nature Workshop has a unique learning environment. Over the past decade, Art of Nature has amassed vast resources including the best art consultation teams from Hong Kong and China. Through our art programs, students can view closely of all different kinds of arts, thus raise their appreciation and aesthetic awareness. Put aside the stressful life, and set your mind into the tranquil art space. Cultivate and purify your mind, thereby enhancing the perception and creativity. We hope to provide students a relax and pleasurable space and let them experience the extraordinary experience of learning art.

Courses

Creative Arts Workshop

Course 1: Creative Arts Personal Growth

2017 Oct 20th(Fri)7:30 - 9:15PM

Description:

       

Art is a powerful and effective form of communication. In mankind’s history, art was use as a recording medium, through painting, sculpture, music, dancing, to express the culture, traditions, ideas, and emotions of that moment. Art can even convey meaning beyond language. And everyone can enjoy the process of creating art. 

 

Carl Jung constructed the idea of collective unconscious in which the existence of archetypes can only be deduced indirectly by examining behaviour, images, art, myths, religions, or dreams. Archetypes are inherited potentials which are actualized when they enter consciousness as images or manifest in behaviour on interaction with the outside world. The id is the disorganized part of the personality structure that contains a human's basic, instinctual drives. It fits perfectly into Jungian archetypes, the instinct that inherits from birth and above all.

 

A mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Buddhism. For Jung, the Self is symbolized by the circle or the mandala and that the shape of a circle could comfort and clam a person’s mind.  Joan Kellogg also developed set of rules by utilizing mandala to evaluate ones' psychological development. Through creating mandala, we could gain insight about our own psychological status as well as stabilize, integrate, and re-order our inner life. 

Course 2: Creative Arts Self-Exploration

2017 Nov 17th & 24th(Fri)7:30 - 9:15PM

Description: 

       

It is not easy to find a peaceful paradise in such a busy city. This workshop encourages participants to create art with varies medium through expressive arts. Participants would express their ideas and feelings through their creation. On one hand, participants shall be able to view the things they attended to from different perspectives by observing their own art; On the other hand, they should be able to balance their daily life by releasing stresses and emotion. 

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About Tutor

Yip Siu Chui, Shirling

Registered Arts Therapist  (ANZATA)

Registered Social Worker (HKSWRB)

Professional member of The Australian and New Zealand Arts Therapy Association (ANZATA)

Professional member of International Expressive Arts Therapy Association

Professional member of Expressive Arts Therapy Association of Hong Kong

MSocSc (Counseling)

MSocSc (Behavioural Health)

M.Exp.Arts Th.

Yip Siu-chui, Shirling is a registered arts therapist (AThR) and a registered social worker. She has intensive experience in counseling and working with children and adolescence, families and community based work using expressive arts therapy.  She specializes in working with children and adolescence in distress or with special educational needs such as autism, ADHD, learning disabilities and their parent-child relationship. Additional areas of expertise include mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety. She has worked with diverse population including children and youth, adults, parents, elderly and ethnic minorities. She organized a lot of multicultural and arts programme to promote the social integration in Hong Kong.

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