Ketupat weaving is one exercise that expose Malay cultural heritage to students. Weaving is a centuries-old art form that has been practiced by cultures all over the world. It is a complex and challenging craft that requires patience, creativity, and a keen eye for detail. Weaving can also be a very therapeutic and meditative activity,... Continue Reading →
Happy new year! We are happy to announce our line up of school programmes for the year 2023 approved by our National Arts Council and Ministry of Education to engage school students in the arts. We have varied programmes for different levels from preschool, primary to secondary schools as well as tertiary institution. We are... Continue Reading →
This school could not get enough of my assembly talk last year and wanted more. So for this zoom session broadcasted to the entire school, we expanded the scope by talking about caricaturing objects and animals. We talked about anthropomorphism and demonstrated how to humanise a parrot to mark a significant event - the relocation... Continue Reading →
Mrs Kamal explaining to student the batik hot wax stamping process at the studio. We hosted a group of young ladies who were very keen to learn about batik-painting process and got a tour of our working studio in-between experiencing the use of traditional tools such as the Tjanting for themselves and producing a large... Continue Reading →
Learning to observe the face for distinctive features and nailing the likeness with lightning speed. The teacher was kind enough to be the model for a 10 minute demonstration. Such a delight to be drawing with a lovely bunch post-pandemic. Comparatively, it was awkward teaching online as you don’t get depth perception when drawing from... Continue Reading →
A two-hour programme customised drawing workshop for teenagers on how to cartoonise a likeness in caricature art by local caricature artist and instructor endorsed by the National Arts Council Art Enrichment Programme NAC/AEP.
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.
A fun introduction to caricature and portrait drawing art by practicing artist. Inspiring interest in Visual arts among students in singapore schools