Tie and dye tote bag

Tie and Dye Tote bags. Colourful, fun and functional. Who would like to join this workshop? https://videopress.com/v/Nx1xIsri?preloadContent=metadata

Children Educational Outing

Fun family friendly outing to create traditional batik art. Make a small piece of art or one big piece for the home. This could be your Singapore staycation activity.

Corporate Cultural Activity for SMU

Undergrads and faculty members attended a corporate cultural activity for bonding with colleagues during this phase of working-from-home. Batik painting kits were delivered prior to the workshop and we had a wonderful sharing the beauty of batik and how to appreciate them, also guiding them to complete a batik painting from our gallery full of batik art.

Children educational outing

Fun family friendly outing to create traditional batik art. Make a small piece of art or one big piece for the home. This could be your Singapore staycation activity.

Video tutorial: Roses – A mini batik painting process

Our artist demonstrates how to colour the mini-batik kit. Allow the paint to spread within the areas contained by resist lines drawn with wax. Take your time, you can also introduce darker tones and washes. A very satisfying experience. To know more or get some, go to http://www.batik.sg

Mini Batik Painting

Our cute little students from Sengkang Green Primary school painting our popular mini batik pre-waxed programme. This programme is suitable for younger students 9 years old and below as it involves NO Hot Waxing. Safe and beautiful artwork for the little ones.

Play Me! I’m Yours, Global Street Piano Movement, Singapore

We are honoured to be part of the Play Me! I'm Yours Global Street Piano Movement organised by The PlayTent Pte Ltd. For this project, we were partnered with the youths from Care Corner - Teck Ghee Youth Centre. Over the course of a few days, the youths, under the guidance from our instructors, were... Continue Reading →

Batik Painting workshop at St. Luke's Elder Care

Over the course of a few weeks we have conducted a mini-batik painting workshop for the elderly at St Luke's Elder Care. The elderly participants each produced their own batik painting, using hot wax to draw their designs onto the cloth and colourful batik dyes to complete them.

Studio visit from kindergarteners at Goodman Arts Centre

We were visited by a class of kindergarteners who were making their way round Goodman Arts Centre as part of their school trip. The children were introduced to our daily practices which include traditional batik painting and graffiti.

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