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Creative Hands

Creative Hands provides a platform for our members to unleash their creativity and build confidence in them to be versatile artists. We engage our members with unique projects and challenge them to explore different art mediums such as different forms of painting, printmaking, sculpture and mixed media.

Creative Hands develops our members in the following ways:

  • Build character, team spirit and responsibility
  • Inculcate a sense of belonging to the CCA and to the school
  • Provide opportunities for leadership experience and develop leadership potential
  • Nurture art knowledge, skills and attitudes

Schedule

Level Day Time
P3 - 6 Monday 2:15 - 4:15 pm

CCA Teachers

Overall teacher-in-charge Ms Le Minming
Teachers-in-charge Ms Florence Kho
Ms Ng Hgin Huay

SYF 2021

Category B

Pixel Art

Acrylic paint on canvas


Student artists:
Ralphina Alya Binte Nurazikin (P3 Hope)
Alya Maisarah Binte Mohd Sharin (P3 Joy)
Tee Xu Heng, Vinny (P3 Joy)
Claire Tan Zhuo Ying (4 Hope)
Edlyn Tay En Ting (4 Hope)
Lim Yining Yunice (4 Hope)
Sha'ista Faiqa Binte Muhammad Farhan (4 Hope)
Eva Chung Jia Ying (4 Integrity)
Devinaah Tiruselvan (4 Joy)

Artist Statement:

Several of us have played ‘Minecraft’. We would like to create a pixelated world where we imagine ourselves living in it. We would also like to create an art piece that shows our appreciation of how technology has improved or affected our lives. We are proud of our collaborative artwork!


Category C

Face technologies

Plaster, String, Black Marker, Acrylic Paint


Student artists:
ALISHA KEYSHA BINTE ABU BAKAR (5 COURAGE)
BARON TAY YUN FEI (5 INTEGRITY)
CLARA TAN XIN QI (5 INTEGRITY)
KOH WEI LING (5 INTEGRITY)
ONG ZHI SHAN (5 INTEGRITY)
MA LIYAO (5 JOY)
NARIKO CHEN (5 JOY)
CHUNG JIE YU (6 JOY)
TAN JAYMIE (6 JOY)

Artist Statement:

Technology is a heavy burden on us. The faces ‘trapped’ in our sculpture represent cyber-bullying, cyber-addiction, hacking, spamming and cyber-crimes. It seems that no place is safe. Conversely, technology allows us to connect with friends online, play games and learn new things. Hence, we include happy faces and busy hands too.