Online Art Class for Myanmar Children
The online art class for Myanmar children, which started on March 18 this year and was held 6 times, has been successfully completed. The new semester is scheduled to start in June.
This class consisted of various forms of drawing and crafting with an emphasis on "self-expression".
Classes mainly started with scissors, paper, glue, and crayons due to environmental factors that forced us to use minimal local materials.
I installed a camera that can show my hand movements well and relayed them through zoom.
Since I had to teach children who are learning to draw for the first time from a distance, I used graphics with thick lines as much as possible.
Below is an example of a craft for emotes.
Below is a tutorial on drawing your own wish box demonstrated in the last lesson.
Below is the screen when I introduced my job as an artist for children in Myanmar.
The class was taught using the used paper.
Myungja Anna Koh