Back in 2013, Ganara was established under the name Ganara Art Studio, providing classes focusing on children’s sensory and motor skill development through art.
In 2015, they launched Ganara Art Space focusing on art classes for teens and adults. They also established Ganara Pottery, Art Gallery, Printmaking and Playground afterward.
In Ganara Art Studio, they have applied a new learning experience since Oct. 1, dividing classes into several levels. “Each child will be grouped in a level-based system based on their age. They can choose the type of class depending on their level with different objectives and outcomes,” Lina Nata, general manager of Ganara Art said.
“At the end of the package, they will receive reports from the classes they attended and be eligible to take part in an exhibition with other Ganara students.”
As an example, children aged 1 to 2 years old can join the Level 1 group and select from two options of classes: sensory and toddler clay.
The former will introduce and develop basic fine motor skills, while the latter is held to develop basic social skills.
For now Ganara Art Studio has four levels of child classes, with ages ranging from 1 to 12 years old. Parents of children in Level 1 are allowed to accompany their children in class. The duration of each session is 1.5 hours.
Membership packages are offered depending on the number of sessions booked. Walk-in students for one session are welcomed with the price starting at Rp 300,000.
For Ganara Art Space, classes are open to participants aged 13 and above. The classes offered are acrylic painting, oil painting, pottery and printmaking. Beginners can join the two-hour classes. Membership packages are available and the fee for walk-in participants starts at Rp 300,000 per session.
As for their upcoming plans, Ganara Art is set to open a music class.
Address: Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B, Bangka, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta (their other branches are in Pluit Village, North Jakarta, and Scientia Square Park in Serpong, South Tangerang).