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Being art teachers, we ask ourselves every day what we should do with the kids. It was a simple question at the beginning. We were full of ideas and full of energy that we could go with anything. There are thousands things that we want to share with the kids and thousands creative activities that we could do together. Years gone by, slowly, it feels like no more to talk and no more to teach. It’s not the fact that we ran out of ideas or we lost the enthusiasm to teach, it’s the reality that when we grow older, bigger, and better; it’s harder to feel satisfied. At some point, we struggled each and every day for an answer even when there are thousands ideas floating around.

One morning in our last Spring Camp, looking at the kids playing with their paper helicopter toys, some were so excited of the competition or just simply excited to fly it again and again, some were so amazed and curious about the movements, some were very chilled and relax watching it falling,… they all enjoyed it in their own way for the first time; we realized that the easiest way to find the answer is to think of the time we were kids ourselves. What were so interesting, so important and beautiful that could make us recall the memories again and again? What could make us want to move and do something or to learn more about it?

We think about the first flapping toy grandma made from a tin can and some rubber bands, the first hero drawings from comic books, the first time crushing and mixing mud with wildflowers,… It’s inspiring to realize that everything is actually very simple as long as we see it from the view of a simple child. Each of the first times for a child is very powerful and is an answer by itself.

Things that could inspire us each and every day when we were kids could always do the same thing when we’re all adults, it’s just about how we see it and if we could accept it, that’s what we believe.

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meet our team.

Our international team is on hand to lead and inspire every class, pushing the boundaries of your creativty

Shyevin s'ng 

As enthusiastic in art as in business (and accomplished in both), Shyevin founded VinSpace in 2010. With the studio and team growing, Shyevin directs the vision and mission of the studio. She thinks big and has ambitious plans to open up the creative core of Saigon!

Hong anh pham

Our Studio Director, Hong Anh ensures the smooth running of our day-to-day projects whilst managing all of our accounting and marketing. She’s a cool cat, and always makes us laugh with her unique sense of humour.

le nam phuong

Phuong, our administrative manager, organizes a whole range of things for VinGallery and VinSpace – from taxation to stock management, Phuong knows everything thats going on. Little do you know, she has a secret love for bubble tea, which we like to join in on from time to time


Sofia studied visual arts in Finland and at the Academy of Fine Arts and Institute of Art and Restoration "Palazzo Spinelli" in Florence, Italy. At Vinspace she teaches drawing, acrylic and oil color painting. Sofia loves Asia and her classes are a mix of Eastern and Western traditions.


Like a cat, she wants to embrace herself with wool and forget about the world. Play with threads to create different things, her strength is making macrame indeed.