The art studio is a place or means used by a community or group of people to carry out art activities such as dance, painting, craft or craft, acting, etc. The activities that exist in an art studio in the form of learning activities about art, which includes processes from learning, creation to production and almost all processes are mostly carried out in the studio (depending on the presence or absence of facilities in the studio), for example when producing works in the form of objects (sculpture , paintings, handicrafts, etc.) then the final process is marketing or exhibition, if the artworks produced are performing arts (theater, dance, pantomime, etc.) then the final process is a performance.
Art Studio For Local And Local Communities
An art studio is included in the type of non-formal education. Art studios are usually established independently or individually, regarding the place and learning facilities in a studio depending on the condition of each studio there are very limited conditions but there are also those who have complete facilities, in addition to the system or all activities that occur in the art studio is very flexible, such as regarding administrative procedures, procurement of certificates, learning related to learning methods to evaluation, etc., following the rules of each art studio, so that the art galleries with one another have rules that are not necessarily the same. Because it is established independently, art studios are usually private, and for the equalization of educational results must go through an equalization assessment process by an institution appointed by the Government or Regional Government to be equivalent to the results of formal education.
The diversity of arts and culture in an area attracts domestic and foreign tourists to visit an area. In its development, various aspects can influence the back and forth and success of an area to maintain the arts and culture so as not to be lost swallowed up by the times, one of which is the existence of district art galleries. With the existence of art galleries scattered in several villages in an area, it is hoped that more and more children of the nation’s next-generation can channel their hobbies in the arts. And indirectly they can preserve local culture so that it does not become extinct.
Many children from an early age already have talent in the arts. Even they have an interest in the field of traditional art but they are confused about where to sharpen their abilities. Therefore, it is important to have an art studio that has art teachers who can train children from an early age to practice and hone their skills and be able to compete with other artists.