We were engaged to facilitate a batik painting workshop at ITB 20123, a trade show for the travel industry. The short workshop session was very popular and fully attended. Participants get an understanding of batik art practice by a local artist and painted their own tote-bag to bring home as souvenir from Singapore. Watch the... Continue Reading →
Three American tourists attending or workshop. We regularly get visitors from abroad attending our batik painting workshop to satisfy their curiosity on local art. We do our best to fill them in on the practices around the region and equip them with skill sets to be able to expand on the experience with a local... Continue Reading →
Our workshops are conducted on weekdays. Ideal for individuals or small groups. two hours only. Just call in advance as sometimes the session is full or booked for corporate team building. more details of our programmes here. We have below a short video of an engagement with Australian and American tourists.
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 →
The amazing sense of achievement in creating art together from scratch. Hard to imagine at the start they would produce large batik paintings and a personal piece of authentic batik art. The team building batik painting introduces participants to what is batik fabric and batik-paintings in our multi cultural society. They will be taught by... Continue Reading →
The final session with NT students on fabric art was introducing them to the oldest dye known to mankind by way of Shibori - the Japanese tie and dye techniques. They explored folding and clamping methods instead of pole ties. We also touched on a bit of science in explaining the indigo dying process. Besides... Continue Reading →
A no mess art activity session where participants get to know about batik making processes, connect with local clothing culture and complete their very own batik piece in just two hours. This￼ was for an education institution celebrating National Day.
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 →
We will be conducting a batik painting workshop at National Museum of Singapore in conjuction with the Hari Raya celebration this year. Booking here: https://nmshrlsoh.peatix.com/ I will be doing a talk/ presentation on batik together with Yeo Mama Batik the date is 7th May, Saturday. See you there.
We are honoured to be a part of the annual Pesta Raya at Esplanade this year. To register: https://www.esplanade.com/festivals-and-series/pesta-raya-malay-festival-of-arts/2022/batik-painting-workshop?utm_source=Esplanade+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=c3c92d5d56-festival_pesta-raya_ticket-launch_042022&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_abb3f82f99-c3c92d5d56-52828567