Art jamming is a great way to collaborate with others and create something beautiful. Art Jamming Singapore is a collective of diverse artists who get together in the name of creativity, camaraderie, and art. The first thing that you should know about art jamming is that there are no rules.
It’s not about one person creating the whole piece while everyone else watches or passively contributes; rather, it’s more collaborative than anything else. The best way to describe it is by comparing the process of art jamming to jazz. Everyone has their idea, but there are moments where everyone comes together and helps each other out.
The only thing you need for an Art Jam is a space in which people can move around freely without bothering anyone else – so one great place to have your first Art Jam would be at home.
For artists who don’t want the messiness that often occurs when painting with others, this could be perfect as well since everything will just get cleaned up afterward or perhaps not.
While artistic ability isn’t necessary for someone new to engage in an Art Jam session, some basic skills should make things go smoother. And while these sessions aren’t about perfection, it’s worth knowing that there are a few ground rules for every jam. That way, you’ll be able to have the best possible experience.
– The first rule of an Art Jam is: “no judging!” You may think people can’t get their work done if they don’t know where they’re going with it – but in reality, being free from judgment allows us to explore and experiment without any fear (not to mention we might end up making something much better than what would’ve been expected).
– Rule two: It should go without saying no painting on someone else’s canvas unless invited or given explicit permission beforehand.