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.
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
Art therapy at a home for special needs. The residents are always looking forward to Tuesday morning sessions with us. Art and craft activities especially batik painting and tie&dye. They get to display it beautifying their surroundings. special needs batik workshop
Held a mini-batik painting workshop at Boon Lay Primary School for both students and their parents. The participants were each given a pre-waxed mini batik design to complete using our traditional batik dyes. The designs were already pre-waxed onto the cloth thus no hot-waxing is required by the students.
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 →
We conduct batik painting workshops every Wednesday 3-5pm and 7-9pm in our studio at Goodman Arts Centre. The workshops cost $20 per session and all materials are included. There is no registration involved, just a call beforehand to notify us which session you would be attending. The workshops are not structured by a set period... Continue Reading →
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.
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.
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)
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 →