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.
Subway the sandwich franchise is giving away free batik workshop at our studio for the promotion of a new item on their menu - the shrimp rendang. Check out the links below. Launching the promotion, today they got social media influencers to have a hands-on experience of our batik workshops on the theme of shrimp.... 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 →
Remote engagement for creative activity by Zoom. Online Batik painting session for Tampines East Community Club. The group opted for pre-waxed batik butterflies and we all painted together and created distinctly individual style.
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 →
Grandad comes with Grandma all the way from Hawaii! Son’s wife is a regular at our batik studio, improving her batik mastery on each visit. The grandson is no stranger as well, always accompanying his mommy for the sessions. It is our pleasure to have all of them with us. Looking forward to see them... Continue Reading →
Kamal Arts are happy to host the batik arts discovery bonding session. Family who arts together, stays together
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
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 →