Heat-based crafts such as ceramics and glassware are a great way for students to express their creativity and develop fine motor skills, but often require specialised knowledge and equipment. We aim to make these alluring art forms more accessible by combining teacher training with materials support in a comprehensive, affordable package.
We are "fired up" with the conviction that through innovative, tech-enabled modes of learning, parents and teachers can offer and deliver quality art education.
About Master Trainer Hazel Wong
Hazel Wong is an artist-educator and ceramic muralist with more than 15 years of teaching experience. She is the director of Goodman Ceramic Studio and is NIE-trained in art education.
Hazel’s work focuses on the development and management of quality educational programmes and services. Inspired by the “Project Zero Classroom” organised by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, her pedagogical practice aims to cultivate comprehension, creativity, and critical thinking in students. Her work at AllFiredUpArtEd.com is designed to enable learning at home and in schools through the use of innovative tech-education tools and educational processes.
Hazel’s artistic work includes some of Singapore’s largest community murals and public art installations, such as HDB’s 50th Anniversary mural and the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympics mural at Esplanade MRT station. Her most recent work is a 22-metre-long mural at Pioneer Polyclinic. Her community engagement programmes are supported by NAC’S WeCare Arts Fund (for VWO engaged in the elderly social sector) and Artist-in-School Scheme for preschools.
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