Learning About Colours in the Malay World. (Warna-warni di alam Melayu)

Our Malay Language month activity ‘Warna-warni bicara seni’ was well attended by enthusiast family groups that learnt more about colours in the Malay language through a batik painting workshop with colour mixing exercises and relating to hues and Malay definition of the term usually compare to nature. Young and old learns together and bond as... Continue Reading →

Mother Tongue Language Fortnight Activity

Thank you for the opportunity to share the art and skill in batik painting by a local practicing artist. This particular session was conducted in Malay language slanted towards cultural exposure and Malay language proficiency as part of mother tongue forthnight activity. Held over Zoom catering to multiple classrooms engagement, materials are packed and delivered... Continue Reading →

Dyeing Adventure – Batik Indigo Dyeing Workshop @ Malay Heritage Centre

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 →

Batik Lessons Featured on TV: Trendisional by Suria, Mediacorp

Kamal Dollah was featured in a Malay TV programme titled Trendisional broadcasted on 27th February 2014. Trendisional is a narrative info-ed about SEEING the NEW BREED of MALAYS who have put the TREND in TRADITIONAL. It is a story for the people, by the people: the young ones who are working to breathe a new life... Continue Reading →

Batik Painting Workshop at Bartley Secondary School Cultural Day

" Mr Kamal had proven his experience in batik painting by engaging the students throughout the process. The impact of his workshop engaged the students interest in batik paintings.His influence definitely inspire them to explore batik painting as an art elective in the coming academic year. Kudos! Mr Asmadi, Bartley Secondary School

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