Fringe Activity for Corporate Seminar

The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) held a corporate seminar at a venue in Wisma Geylang Serai and quite a few participants opted to come over to our studio for their fringe activity. The ladies knew of batik painting and has always wanted to try their hands on using the traditional tool called the Tjanting to draw with melted wax. They got to complete their own batik creation during the break-out session for recreational activity.

So if you are organising a seminar or conference, and planning the fringe activities for the guest and participants to network or offering an array of engaging group activities, consider what we have in creative art programmes.

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