Free workshop (in Malay)! Limited seats. Register now. Bengkel percuma! Tempat Terhad. Daftar Sekarang.
SENIKITA is a group art exhibition in the Malay community organised by Kamal Arts Ltd, a non-profit organisation, This project is supported by Wisma Geylang Serai and the National Arts Council, Singapore. Download open call document here. Exhibition Date: 8th to 17th Dec 2023 Exhibition Venue: Kamal Arts Gallery @ Wisma Geylang Serai, #04-05, 1... Continue Reading →
Corporate team bonding activity at worksite . Art activity making batik and framing for display with competition component.
A learning journey for students to learn about industrial practice of a textile artist. They experience first hand the dying craft of batik and indigo dyeing process. Our facility have the capacity to engage a full class of 40 students for 2-hours to produce usable art. Students were introduced to batik textile and engaged hands-on... Continue Reading →
Our workshops are conducted on weekdays. Ideal for individuals or small groups. two hours only. Just call in advance as sometimes the session is full or booked for corporate team building. more details of our programmes here. We have below a short video of an engagement with Australian and American tourists.
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 →
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 →
Done by primary five students over three sessions of one hour. Total engagement of just three hours to produce this awesome artwork that was put on display just in time for Singapore’s 57th National Day celebration. Washed and treated for colour fastness to ensure that colour will not run with the rain or fade with... Continue Reading →
A no mess art activity session where participants get to know about batik making processes, connect with local clothing culture and complete their very own batik piece in just two hours. This￼ was for an education institution celebrating National Day.
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 →