Ketupat weaving is one exercise that expose Malay cultural heritage to students. Weaving is a centuries-old art form that has been practiced by cultures all over the world. It is a complex and challenging craft that requires patience, creativity, and a keen eye for detail. Weaving can also be a very therapeutic and meditative activity,... Continue Reading →
Art Enrichment Programme for Schools with Gov Grants
Happy new year! We are happy to announce our line up of school programmes for the year 2023 approved by our National Arts Council and Ministry of Education to engage school students in the arts. We have varied programmes for different levels from preschool, primary to secondary schools as well as tertiary institution. We are... Continue Reading →
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 →
School assembly art show – funny faces, the art of caricatures.
A fun introduction to caricature and portrait drawing art by practicing artist. Inspiring interest in Visual arts among students in singapore schools
Batik painting workshop
Team from MOE HQ was here for their teambuilding workshop recently and they really enjoy it. It is first time for most of them and they are glad to walk away with a beautiful painting each.
PAL – Programme for Active Learning. Pilot Programme for Jurong West Primary School
This semester we embarked on an interesting project together with Jurong West Primary School to develop Visual Arts PAL (Programme for Active Learning). Jurong West Primary is among the first 12 schools in Singapore undergoing the pilot phase of the programme which intends to improve primary school education making it more holistic. It is not... Continue Reading →