The final session with NT students on fabric art was introducing them to the oldest dye known to mankind by way of Shibori - the Japanese tie and dye techniques. They explored folding and clamping methods instead of pole ties. We also touched on a bit of science in explaining the indigo dying process. Besides... Continue Reading →
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 →
These are done by 9 year old students at an Autism centre. Able-body person can probably do better by applying more techniques at our carefully crafted workshop. We make sure the colour is permanent, the bag is usable and washable.
https://videopress.com/v/obbFiIrB?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Some things that are so simple like looping a rubber band can be an impossible task for person with special needs. With the right method, nothing is impossible. Engaging students with Autism in art activity is occupational and art therapy all in one. This is a video from our batik painting sessions this morning... Continue Reading →
Batik Indigo Dyeing Workshop By Kamal Arts Held At Malay Heritage Centre Batik Indigo Dyeing Workshop - Batik is always an exotic and intriguing art medium. We were at Malay Heritage Centre conducting a batik workshop using indigo as the dyeing medium. Visit MHC’s FB to find out more or sign up for the programme... Continue Reading →
Tie and Dye Tote bags. Colourful, fun and functional. Who would like to join this workshop? https://videopress.com/v/Nx1xIsri?preloadContent=metadata