Sketchnoting is a successful method to improve students' note-taking skills because it engages multiple learning styles and helps students to actively process and synthesize information. When students sketchnote, they are using their visual, auditory, and kinesthetic senses to learn. They are also forced to think about the key concepts and relationships between ideas in order... Continue Reading →
https://videopress.com/v/h2Af6Ay1?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true View video of how the staff was able to produce a beautiful framed artwork by working together as a team. The event starts with our artist providing the instruction, on how to create a copper tooling art, an ancient art technique that dates back thousands of years. Participants then complete an individual piece for... 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 →
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 →
These students are history major and the workshop started out with a discourse on historical events that shape the evolution in batik design and South East Asian culture. It is more than just and art class. They got to try out the Tjanting and painted lovely batiks to bring home.
Kamal Arts has designed a workshop for the art of copper tooling that may easily be enjoyed by people of all ages. Just like this family did. Easy does it Our copper tooling workshop is suitable for all ages. Fine motor skills exercise too.
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 →
We introduced cold wax batik technique to simulate hot wax resist method in batik painting for home based learners. A complete set of materials was individually packed in a kit and distributed to the students on the day before all school was closed for Phase 2 - Heightened Alert. For the current program, each kit... Continue Reading →