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Fine Arts Program

The Fine Arts Program subjects include Dance, Music, Visual Arts and Drama.

Music 

The school provide Children’s Music Enlightenment Education 兒童音樂啟蒙教育。Students can develop their individual potential and interact with the music around them. The program focuses on fundamental skill with singing, movement, literacy, improvisation & composition, evaluating music, and instrument playing.  The instrument includes ukulele, guitar, Violin, recorders, Orff and a variety of percussion instruments.  All students have opportunities to participate in music Performing.

Dance 

Students will learn the Traditional Chinese and Western dance 傳統中國舞、西方舞蹈. Dance Programs at Hong De are culturally enriched, energetic and fun-filled experience that students absolutely love! They are geared to teach students to become more aware of their bodies and movements through gentle classical dance skills.

During classes students will learn teamwork and self-confidence as they work together to create a grand finale dance piece with cultural props and gorgeous costumes to perform for parents at the end of the program!

Visual Arts 

Students explore the Traditional Western and Chinese visual arts 中西方傳統繪畫視覺藝術 such as sketch, painting, Writing Brush, printmaking, claymation, film, and are introduced to a wide variety of classic artists and their works.

Drama 

Students learn from traditional Chinese and Western Drama 中西方古典戲劇.  The drama encourages student to explore life by the assumption of roles and by the acquisition of dramatic skills.  As students progress through the dramatic forms of expression at the elementary level, greater emphasis is placed upon the development of the individual as a creator, performer, historian, critic and patron.

Students will be able to use creative processes to

Exploring and creating

  1. Explore elements, processes, materials, movements, technologies, tools, and techniques of the arts

  2. Create artistic works collaboratively and as an individual, using ideas inspired by imagination, inquiry, experimentation, and purposeful play

  3. Explore artistic expressions of themselves and community through creative processes

Reasoning and reflecting

  1. Observe and share how artists (dancers, actors, musicians, and visual artists) use processes, materials, movements, technologies, tools, and techniques

  2. Develop processes and technical skills in a variety of art forms to nurture motivation, development, and imagination

  3. Reflect on creative processes and make connections to other experiences

Communicating and documenting

  1. Interpret how symbols are used through the arts

  2. Express feelings, ideas, stories, observations, and experiences through the arts

  3. Describe and respond to works of art

  4. Experience, document and share creative works in a variety of ways

  5. Demonstrate increasingly sophisticated application and/or engagement of curricular content