Graffiti painting workshop for schools endorsed for grants

Great murals by graffiti urban street style using spray paints are not easy but they can be taught. By experienced artist and qualified art enrichment programme Trainers. Singapore schools art programmes enjoy subsidy.

School assembly art show – funny faces, the art of caricatures.

A fun introduction to caricature and portrait drawing art by practicing artist. Inspiring interest in Visual arts among students in singapore schools

Cartoon characters creation workshop with caricature demonstrations

Elective art workshop on cartooning and cartoon character creation for secondary 2 students of Fajar secondary school over 3 weekly sessions. Caricature drawing demonstration added in due to popular demand.

Watercolor workshop as post-examination activity

A comprehensive 2-days Watercolor workshop where lower secondary students get supplementary lessons from an artist

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.

Mini Batik Painting Workshop (AEP) at St Stephen's School

Held a one day mini-batik painting workshop for the students of St Stephen's School. Our mini batik workshops do not require any hot waxing and is suitable for large groups of younger students (aged below 9 years)

Community Batik for visiting students from Beijing, at Crescent Girls School

We held a community batik workshop for visiting students from Beijing 171, China, as part of their overseas cultural study trip. The students were introduced to the brief history and culture of traditional batik painting and were involved in the process of creating their very own community batik piece, which they could bring back to... Continue Reading →

Batik Painting Workshop for One World International School

We conducted a batik painting workshop for One World International School, held over 4 lessons in a course of 4 weeks. The students were exposed to traditional batik painting methods, like hot waxing and using batik dyes. They were also taught a brief history on the culture of batik painting.

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