Join us for the ARTIST BRIEFING on 17th September, 8pm on our Facebook page.For the second-year running, we are organizing SENIKITA - a visual arts exhibition showcasing the works of Singapore Malay artists and indirectly an annual survey of current artistic practice of the Malay community in Singapore. Past SeniKita (2020) is documented at: https://sites.google.com/kamaldollah.com/senikita-2020 SENIKITA... Continue Reading →
Very fun and exciting morning engaggaging with the young teachers. Learning the techniques of Batiking which they can share with their little minds back at school
Students engaging in watercolour workshop through Zoom. Enjoyable and educational session with Anderson Serangoon Junior College.
We had the honour of meeting her excellency Mdm Halimah Yacob, our president who stopped by our art workshop at Gardens by the Bay while viewing the glass sculptures of Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom.
Marbling is the art of printing multi-coloured swirled or stone-like patterns on paper or fabric. The patterns are formed by first floating the colours on the surface of a liquid, and then laying the paper or fabric onto the colours to absorb them.
We are glad to announce the resumption of children art class, Art Buds, starting 3rd July, every Saturday at 9am. Come and be part of the creative and exciting class. For those who have yet to enrol for the children class you may click on the link here to register. See you! Children listened attentively... Continue Reading →
Engaging with participants from Woodlands Zone 1 & 3 in Nagomi art. Very enthusiast and exciting class conducted by Kamal's Art. Both artist and participants endlessly interacts with each other.
Our brush that comes with the batik painting set is very high quality. It would definitely last you long after you complete the batik painting set it came with. We tested it and find it good for detailing work and other painting use.
Caricature workshop holiday activity. Everyone learnt to draw better and got a souvenir from the instructor. This was before the strict measures for covid prevention where everyone had fun attending class. Now we'll have to do it from home by Zoom - It would still be fun.
We introduced cold wax batik technique to simulate hot wax resist method in batik painting for home based learners. A complete set of materials was individually packed in a kit and distributed to the students on the day before all school was closed for Phase 2 - Heightened Alert. For the current program, each kit... Continue Reading →