Open to public: 8 to 17th December at Kamal Arts Gallery (10am - 6pm).The official opening is on Saturday 9th December at 4pm (till 5pm). Seni Kita 2023 visual arts exhibition is in its fourth year running. The objective of this project is to create opportunities for Malay artist to interact and inspire one another.... Continue Reading →
Sketchnoting is a successful method to improve students' note-taking skills because it engages multiple learning styles and helps students to actively process and synthesize information. When students sketchnote, they are using their visual, auditory, and kinesthetic senses to learn. They are also forced to think about the key concepts and relationships between ideas in order... Continue Reading →
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 →
The InstaGeylang photography exhibition has just ended but you can still look up the wonderful photographs captured by the winners on the exhibition micro-site and event photos. We also got featured in the news on TV, you can view it on the Mediacorp News Website.
This year we got close to a thousand entries of photos posted with the INSTAGEYLANG hashtag on Instagram. The panel of jury had a tough time narrowing it to 34 final works by 28 individuals for the exhibition. More deyails and event coverage on the exhibition micro-site. Exhibition period : 24 June to 3 July... Continue Reading →
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 →
https://videopress.com/v/h2Af6Ay1?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true View video of how the staff was able to produce a beautiful framed artwork by working together as a team. The event starts with our artist providing the instruction, on how to create a copper tooling art, an ancient art technique that dates back thousands of years. Participants then complete an individual piece for... Continue Reading →
Corporate team bonding activity at worksite . Art activity making batik and framing for display with competition component.
A learning journey for students to learn about industrial practice of a textile artist. They experience first hand the dying craft of batik and indigo dyeing process. Our facility have the capacity to engage a full class of 40 students for 2-hours to produce usable art. Students were introduced to batik textile and engaged hands-on... Continue Reading →