Playing With & For The Community
SCYA returns with a collaboration with special needs children this year with another Sculpture program. This year, SCYA is creating a paper mache sculpture with 18 primary school students with hearing impairment from Canossian School and Macpherson Primary, fitted with hearing aids as part of the Diversity in Abilities program by UBS. Themed PASSION this year, 18 children discover what they want to be when they grow up through brainstorming and sculpture modelling.
Helping us, we have adult volunteers from Nikko AM to befriend the students and also help us with slightly difficult steps and suggesting ideas to the children.
Update (18th July 2014):
Paper march making time! Got to blend it well~
Add in glue and Its time for the paper pulps to go onto the sculpture!
Update (25th July 2014):
Continuation of last week’s session!
Color testing ^^
Now that it’s decided, lets start painting!
Time to wash up~
Everyone really enjoyed the workshop! We are really looking forward to the next class! ^^