Little Big Art School opened its doors in 1993 by Lillian Chan. A class of 20 young students, which included her children’s friends and classmates marched out of her basement and eventually multiplied itself into a school comprising of 400 students at one point in time. If Little Big Art School had to name one piece as their masterpiece, it is not any one student who burgeoned into a Pablo Picasso, but their creation of a community where everyone can be inspired and can truly celebrate the beauty in life through art.
Our belief is that art can help a child not only express themselves, but help them build patience, discipline, and creativity. A cardinal rule at Little Big is for artists not to copy and imitate, but to imagine and create a world unique to them. Our team of teachers has not only helped each student mature as an artist, but has mentored them in other areas of life. The process of creating art can be very personal and intimate and we have had the privilege to share in their life experiences. For that, we thank each of one of you who have walked through the doors of the Little Big Art School.
We hope that Little Big would continue to be a place of inspiration and community for our young artists. As art has become an essential part of our society and there is constant need for people to create and inspire. Why not begin here at the Little Big Art School?