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.
A wonderful enriching experience for the students, this batik painting workshop was conducted at Jurong Junior College as part of their exchange programme with students from Korea. The Korean students got to experience a part of Singapore culture through our traditional batik painting workshop.
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.
Community batik to celebrate the official opening of the covered plaza at Toa Payoh East between Lorong 1 and 2. Our community batik painting is fun and simple for everyone of all ages. The guest of honour Dr Ng Eng Heng having a look at our community batik painting session.
Conducted a team-building workshop for staff from Singapore Polytechnic through community batik. Participants worked collectively together to create their very own unique batik masterpiece.
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.
Our batik painting workshops are popular for corporate team building activities. We conducted such a workshop for a team of staff from ITE (Institute of Technical Education) in our studio at Goodman Arts Centre. Our certifies batik painting instructor briefing the batik workshop participants before doing a demonstration of the batik waxing process. The participants... Continue Reading →
We held a batik painting workshop for members of ISCA (International Society of Caricature Artists) who were in Singapore for their Minicon organised by the Singapore Chapter for ISCA.
Pre-waxed mini batik requires no hot waxing. For safety purposes. we only allow hot waxing for children aged 9 years and above. Lower primary students from Springdale Primary School were treated to a mini batik painting workshop as part of their art enrichment. The mini batik designs are suitable for primary school students as no... Continue Reading →