Happy Hippies – Tie Dye T-Shirt Project

Special programme for NT students exposing them to art in a practical and fun way. We did tie and dye for their third of our four sessions workshop exposing them to different kinds of fabric art. Everyone was pleasantly surprised unveiling their spiral pattern project. These are colourfast dye that they can wear and won’t... Continue Reading →

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Team Bonding Batik Painting for Company Retreat

The amazing sense of achievement in creating art together from scratch. Hard to imagine at the start they would produce large batik paintings and a personal piece of authentic batik art. The team building batik painting introduces participants to what is batik fabric and batik-paintings in our multi cultural society. They will be taught by... Continue Reading →

Caricature Artist in School for Assembly Show and Tell

Sharing about career as an artist drawing caricatures and live demonstration of observation skills to capture likeness. This art enrichment programme is endorsed for national schools and eligible for funding. Extended live demonstration for students during school recess where that get to see the drawing process up close and interact with the artist.

Learning About Colours in the Malay World. (Warna-warni di alam Melayu)

Our Malay Language month activity ‘Warna-warni bicara seni’ was well attended by enthusiast family groups that learnt more about colours in the Malay language through a batik painting workshop with colour mixing exercises and relating to hues and Malay definition of the term usually compare to nature. Young and old learns together and bond as... Continue Reading →

EXHIBITION OPEN CALL – SENIKITA 2022 (deadline 15 Oct 2022)

SENIKITA 2022 OPEN CALL Exhibition Date: 18th Nov to 21st Dec 2022 Exhibition Venue: Kamal Arts Gallery @ Wisma Geylang Serai,  #04-06, 1 Engku Aman Turn, Singapore 408528.  This visual arts exhibition in its third-year running, is an annual survey of current artistic practice in the Singapore Malay community. Previous two editions of SeniKita are... Continue Reading →

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