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Our curriculum focuses on Five Categories that are designed to naturally stimulate the growing child’s mind.

Art History

Art History

  • Ancient Art

  • Masterpieces

  • Art Movement

We believe that learning from a masterpiece is beyond a dextrous experience. We allow students to stand on the great artists’ shoulders with an understanding of the artwork’s origin, technique, and style.

This allows children to absorb the perspectives and expressions of the artists, inspiring them to create their very own masterpiece.


Elements of Art

The elements of art are like the foundation of a building.

We help lay a strong foundation of elements by making learning enjoyable and participatory.

The skills students develop through this process will stay with them when they express themselves not only artistically but also in all other areas of life.

  • Line

  • Shape

  • Texture

  • Form

  • Space and more

Elements of Art

Critical Thinking

The critical thinking curriculum actively utilizes the Scamper Technique, teaching students how to materialize ideas. We teach students to brainstorm and imagine freely, along with the skills to bring them to life in their own, unique way.

Critical Thinking

Science / Nature


A well-developed creative thinking process expands to various areas beyond the world of art.


Our projects incorporate topics ranging from nature, science, and culture to cultivate a flexible, well-balanced knowledge base.

  • Animal / Insect

  • Ocean / Land

  • Physical

  • Plant / Flower

  • Foods / Fruits

  • Space and more

Special project

Special Projects

Children are happier when exposed to new experiences. Our students have the opportunity to partake in fun subjects and work with various materials to help expand their horizons.

  • Sports

  • Story

  • World and more

  • Cartoon

  • Movie

  • Music

  • Special Holidays

Special project
Scamper Method

Scamper Method

The Scamper Method is a creative thinking technique reimagined by Robert Eberle from Alex Osborne's checklist technique. Bluewinnie Art's curriculum applies the Scamper Method to materialize its concepts.



Think about substituting a part of the process for something else. What other materials, ingredients, or processes might I substitute?


Can we merge two steps of the process?
What ideas, purposes, units, or appeals might I combine?


What would I need to change to reach better results?
What might I adapt for use as a solution?


How could the shape or appearance of the product be changed? Increase or reduce in scale, change shape, modify attributes.

Put to other uses

Can the materials be used for a different purpose?
What new ways are there to use this material?


What kind of art will come out if we remove this part?
How would the artwork look if we were to simplify it?


 How would it look if the artwork is reversed?
What might be rearranged?

Be happy. Be creative. Be you. 

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