FROM HERE: Reimagining Expressions - brings together two Singapore-based visual artists, Joyce Chong and Chua Zin Yan, who found new meaning and artistic expressions during the pandemic. Every now and then we find the courage to redefine our status quo and to push beyond our personal boundaries, especially in times of adversity. For Joyce Chong,... Continue Reading →
This interview was recorded in 2018, If it is of any interest to you, you can hear it here: https://www.nas.gov.sg/archivesonline/oral_history_interviews/record-details/030a1f19-9ac3-11e8-8b7d-001a4a5ba61b?keywords=kamal+dollah&keywords-type=all I totally forgot about it until recently when I'm getting quite a few requests from students for interviews. I do not want to come across as uncooperative to you scholars but you are demanding my... Continue Reading →
Students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film & Media Studies requested and interview for their school project and they shot videos during the process. This was in mid 2020, and I was pleasantly surprised when the team comprising of Danial Izwan B Mohd Shahri, Muhd Idris Bin Mohd Asrin, Liu Jia and Saleema Noor... Continue Reading →
Getting back to the office and reconnecting with colleagues by doing something out of the box. A team building Batik painting workshop is so much fun, they get to do a small piece of authentic big painting for themselves and a big collective piece for the office. Call us at 63443369 for details. No more... Continue Reading →
These are done by 9 year old students at an Autism centre. Able-body person can probably do better by applying more techniques at our carefully crafted workshop. We make sure the colour is permanent, the bag is usable and washable.
It's the final day to catch the Senikita arts exhibition. We are very encouraged by the support and response. 45 artworks from 38 local artist to acquire or admire. Do come down by and visit before the curtains comes down!
An art exhibition showcasing works of artists in the Malay community at Wisma Geylang Serai from 18th December till 3rd January 2021. View artwork and event photos here.
This was for a project commissioned by the National Arts Council of Singapore published by Plural Art Magazine about the Covid-19 Pandemic. They have an interesting slider effect you can view here: https://pluralartmag.com/2020/08/01/finding-the-art-in-our-heartlands-independent-local-businesses/
We needed some time to get our new studio set-up, especially getting the air conditioning in place and other improvements at the new place. We are happy to announce that the facilities is stable now and we can resume our class again. Call us if you wish to join our batik class.
A leading cosmetic brand engaged us to run a watercolor workshop for their destress workshop. The theme for the session was chrysanthemum. In just 2-hours participants who are new to the art of watercolor was able to produce a decent painting. Ideal for corporate team building event or social gatherings.