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Art as process and as a way to unwind have always been important to me in both my own explorations and in my invitation to others to try it out for themselves. Being able to make art digitally definitely opens … Continue reading
Recently, I had the privilege of running an Artsplorer series with a group of homeschoolers age ranging from 6 to 10 years old. It was just three meetings built around using circles called Circle, Circle, Circus. We explored the elements … Continue reading
One of the concerns with the introduction of screens in learning is that the young ones will lose all touch with real things and only deal with the virtual and digital. The two are not mutually exclusive. Instead, when paired … Continue reading
Earlier this week, I received news that My Mouthful Monster Party TinyTap game, which was created in Sep 2015, has been played over 1000 times. It is my wish to share the process of creating such interactive games with more … Continue reading
On an arts television programme, it was initially surprising that it profiled an engineer. As it showed the process and products of Tomataka Takashi, there is no doubt that he is in every way an artist. The aesthetics (or should … Continue reading