Presentation in Malay language for cultural engagement. Batik is a cultural element of the Javanese embodied in the Malay community of Singapore. It is widely adapted by various ethnic groups in Singapore. The batik painting experience is a good opportunity to introduce children to the art and craft and batik from a cultural stand point.... Continue Reading →
Safe and presentable layout for the public with instructors ready to answer any queries about batik painting technique.
These students are history major and the workshop started out with a discourse on historical events that shape the evolution in batik design and South East Asian culture. It is more than just and art class. They got to try out the Tjanting and painted lovely batiks to bring home.
Students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film & Media Studies requested and interview for their school project and they shot videos during the process. This was in mid 2020, and I was pleasantly surprised when the team comprising of Danial Izwan B Mohd Shahri, Muhd Idris Bin Mohd Asrin, Liu Jia and Saleema Noor... Continue Reading →
Sharing a recently completed batik painting on silk measuring 34 x 32” by Kamal Dollah We do painting for ourselves and commissions besides teaching and hosting art exhibitions and events. Keeping our ourself busy gets easier now that a lot of restrictions are lifted as we enter the endemic age of Covid-19. It starts out... Continue Reading →
Getting back to the office and reconnecting with colleagues by doing something out of the box. A team building Batik painting workshop is so much fun, they get to do a small piece of authentic big painting for themselves and a big collective piece for the office. Call us at 63443369 for details. No more... Continue Reading →
Our student today hail from St Louis, Missouri, USA. She and her daughter attended the basic introduction course in the morning. She came back after lunch and continued with the intermediate module where she gets to work a bigger size cloth, apply advance waxing techniques, fix the dye and boil off the wax. Our programme... Continue Reading →
We had the pleasure of receiving another Dutch couple who is in Singapore for holiday and wanted to sample a bit of local cultural experience. Eddy and Nithya were curious about how batik is made so they came to the right place for an explanation and made one small piece for themselves.
After many postponement and cancelled classes due to safety measures, we finally conducted our first programme since being qualified as PA instructors. The Saturday afternoon class at Ayer Rajah CC was attended by enthusiastic participants who has waited patiently for this batik painting workshop.