New York Chinese Cultural Center's School of the Arts offers a comprehensive curriculum of Chinese dance, martial arts, Beijing opera acrobatics and weaponry, Chinese language, ink brush painting, and paper cutting for students of all ages. Learn how to artfully master the sword or ribbon, how to create works of art out of brush and paper, or simply how to stay fit! With so many choices from beginner to advanced, there's sure to be a class that's right for you! All classes are grouped according to age and skill level.
Museum of Chinese in America, 215 Centre St, New York, NY 10013
Students will explore a range of crafts, including 3D paper crafts and painting. Students will learn how to construct paper lanterns, pencil holders, and picture frames.
Angela Lai is a graduate of the First Institute of Art and Design in Hong Kong and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York, with a degree in Pattern Making and Fashion Design. She has taught Chinese calligraphy and painting at various after school programs. She has been teaching Arts and Crafts at NYCCC for the past 3 years.
CLASSES: No refunds or credits will be made for incidental absences or withdrawals. NYCCC reserves the right to cancel or change any class listed in our class schedule if enrollment is inadequate. We also reserve the right to change instructors. If a class is cancelled and a student is unable to find an appropriate replacement class, tuition will be refunded. If students want to cancel a class, they have to cancel before third week of semester.
We will charge student class fee for first 1 or 2 classes and $25 cancellation fee. We will refund the prorated balance of the tuition fee.