Team-bonding Session for Kindergarten Teachers

Very fun and exciting morning engaggaging with the young teachers. Learning the techniques of Batiking which they can share with their little minds back at school

Collective Batik Art With Mini Batik Kits

This will turn out well. We packed 300 batik painting kit and waxed extra for 10 classes, made a video about batik painting and how-to instructions for the batik painting kit. I waited by the phone on the morning the school had their National Day observance activity which was batik painting activity and the phone... Continue Reading →

Newspaper Feature About Making Art During Covid-19 Pandemic

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/

Video tutorial: Roses – A mini batik painting process

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

Community Batik for Residents

Fringe Activity for the residents. Our artists will do the on-the-spot waxing while the residents paint. This is an activity where everyone (young and old) can participate.

Mini Batik Painting

A short mini-batik session is a great introduction to the traditional art of batik-painting when time is of the essence. We have pre-waxed batik on box board for colouring with dye. Can be completed within an hour.

Batik Painting Workshop at CDAC

School holiday programs across Singapore. We were engaged by CDAC to conduct classes at their many centres for the month. Batik painting sessions for primary school where we talked about looking at batik followed by making a batik piece from scratch with tjanting and wax. Glad that went well as school starts next week.

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