Digital Arts For All - Train The Facilitators Session
DAFA (Digital Arts For All) is an inclusive ecosystem that uses digital arts to empower, give back and showcase. An initiative kickstarted by Make The Change Pte Ltd (MTC) in late 2017, DAFA embodies the MTC belief that creativity can be the connecting key to educate, empower and strengthen inclusiveness in society today.
Using digital arts as our main avenue of expression, DAFA is crafted to underline experiential learning and empathetic thinking. A welcoming platform for beginners to understand, apply and develop skills in digital art, DAFA strives to foster an active ecosystem through engaging workshops, an accessible online gallery and a purposeful e-commerce platform with the plough-back profit model.
As an advocate of inclusivity, DAFA also believes in instilling a consciousness of media and digital literacy through its programmes. The internalisation process is essential in bringing down isolating barriers across varying communities to live out its values: “Be safe, Be smart, Be kind” as a way of life.
Train The Facilitators Sessions
12 January - Media Literacy (3 hours)
19 January - Digital Arts (3 hours)
After completing the training you will be part of the Community Facilitators that will help spread the Digital Arts movement around Singapore.
What you will learn:
- Digital consumption
- Safety on the internet
- Real vs Fake
Basic Design Principles
- The different ways of seeing
- How to visually express an idea
- Composition and framing
Modern arts and Digital arts
- Introduction to modern arts and digital arts
- Upcoming trends in digital arts
- Use of digital canvas tools (Procreate) Ipad Pro will be provided for the training
Carol believes that communities can be equipped with skills and competencies to have more meaningful and fulfilling engagement and learning, both online and offline.
Communities are formed by people, and people come from families. She believes that families can be strengthened through being equipped with digital skills.
Kenji Choo (Visual Literacy Advisor)
Kenji is the design academic director of M.A.D. School by Chatsworth@Mediart Academy. He graduated with a distinction in Master of Design from Curtin University of Technology after receiving professional training in packaging design from Japan in the early nineties. Accumulating more than 20 years of vast creative practices as a creative practitioner, his heart to share, transfer and pass on his know-how has also transformed him into a passionate design educator with 12 years of teaching experience under his creative belt.
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3:00 PM - 6:00 PM SGT
- MAD School
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- Venue Address
- 30 Merchant Rd. #03-22 Singapore
5 minutes walk from Clarke Quay Mrt station. At Riverside Point Building on the 3rd floor.
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