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 →
Kamal Arts hosted Anggerik Temasek Bangsawan’s rehearsal of Sang Nila Utama - a Bangsawan production for the inaugural Festival Bangsawan Singapura. Our gallery witnessing a revival of a dying traditional art form. Exciting times indeed. This support is made possible through #atasartsresource.
Watercolor painting class taught online via Zoom to students who are mostly in school and some at home. Leaning a few more tricks for a smooth delivery and getting the right gadget mix. We’re getting quite comfortable with online teaching.
Our airbrush lessons develops fine motor skills and is extremely gratifying at the end of each session. This lesson was modified for special needs students.
Part of our lesson includes quick draw along sessions to demonstrate our style of caricature art. Lesson 2 of 4 at Spectra secondary school caricature drawing workshop.
Organised a community batik workshop for the staff from Syniverse Technologies. The community batik workshop conducted at our studio in Goodman Arts Centre was part of their team-building activity. The staff were introduced to the history and culture of batik painting before starting to paint the community batik.
We conducted a batik painting workshop today for the teachers from PCF at Geylang Serai Blk 11. The teachers had a go at traditional batik painting, from hot waxing to painting with batik dyes.
We conducted a batik painting workshop for the staff from the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) in our studio at Goodman Arts Centre. Our batik workshops are popular for team-building activities and corporate events.
We were joined by wonderful and eager residents of Bishan to create a beautiful peice of community batik to celebrate our nation's birthday on National Day. It was a fun-filled and engaging activity for the residents as they work together to create their own unique piece of batik painting.
We had the opportunity to conduct a graffiti workshop for the students at One World International School. The students were introduced to the history of graffiti and the different terminologies and techniques involved. After a short theory lesson, the students then started practicing their newfound graffiti skills, under the guidance of our qualified instructors. At... Continue Reading →