Bigelow Center for the Arts
A Fine Art Studio Program
Instructor: Lanting Huang-Truong
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About Bigelow Center for the Arts
Bigelow Center for the Arts hosts fine art classes for all children. Our philosophy is to offer hands-on experiences in all art medium for kids to create and to express themselves.
It is important for us to teach children to learn arts through drawing, painting, building sculptures and experiment with different medium. Through process of making art, children will not only learn art techniques, art appreciation, but also strengthen their observation skill, be resourceful, gain self-expression and build confidence.
Kids' creation and imagination are endless, I hope your child/children will join us to make art and develop a life long love and appreciation in Visual Arts!
Lanting loves teaching children! She held a Master of Fine Arts degree in Savannah Collage of Art and Design, graduated from National Taiwan University of Arts in Taiwan, interned as an artist assistant for Anne Wilson, a professor of The Art Institute of Chicago in Illinois. She has been teaching children's art over 20 years. Lanting taught art in her college, various art museums, Los Angeles Music Center Youth Art Workshop, Hollywood Bowl family art workshop, Armory Center for the Arts, schools, community centers, libraries and foster family homes. She was Art Director for Southborough Recreation 2012 summer camp program. Currently, she teaches art classes at BCA, pottery classes for Sourhborough Recreation RAP program and Saturday Art Program at Southborough Public Library. She has participated art exhibitions in Savannah, GA, Pasadena, CA, Chicago, IL, Pittsburgh, PA and Taipei, Taiwan. Lanting is really looking forward to teaching children at Bigelow Center for the Arts!
Committed to helping children enrich their colorful childhood!