Community Batik

Students involvement with the community in conjunction with the Racial Harmony Day. Values in Action (VIA) are learning experiences that support students’ development as socially responsible citizens who contribute meaningfully to the community, through the learning and application of values, knowledge and skills.

Batik Workshop for Visiting students

Taiwanese students came for batik-painting workshop at the studio. Word must be going around (the world) to visit a local artist studio. Good to include in your Singapore learning journey.

Batik Painting Workshop at CDAC

School holiday programs across Singapore. We were engaged by CDAC to conduct classes at their many centres for the month. Batik painting sessions for primary school where we talked about looking at batik followed by making a batik piece from scratch with tjanting and wax. Glad that went well as school starts next week.

Mini-Batik Painting workshop at Boon Lay Primary School

Held a mini-batik painting workshop at Boon Lay Primary School for both students and their parents. The participants were each given a pre-waxed mini batik design to complete using our traditional batik dyes. The designs were already pre-waxed onto the cloth thus no hot-waxing is required by the students.

Mini Batik Painting Workshop (AEP) at St Stephen's School

Held a one day mini-batik painting workshop for the students of St Stephen's School. Our mini batik workshops do not require any hot waxing and is suitable for large groups of younger students (aged below 9 years)

Community Batik for visiting students from Beijing, at Crescent Girls School

We held a community batik workshop for visiting students from Beijing 171, China, as part of their overseas cultural study trip. The students were introduced to the brief history and culture of traditional batik painting and were involved in the process of creating their very own community batik piece, which they could bring back to... Continue Reading →

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