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.
Art therapy at a home for special needs. The residents are always looking forward to Tuesday morning sessions with us. Art and craft activities especially batik painting and tie&dye. They get to display it beautifying their surroundings. special needs batik workshop
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.
We are honoured to be part of the Play Me! I'm Yours Global Street Piano Movement organised by The PlayTent Pte Ltd. For this project, we were partnered with the youths from Care Corner - Teck Ghee Youth Centre. Over the course of a few days, the youths, under the guidance from our instructors, were... Continue Reading →
We were visited by a class of kindergarteners who were making their way round Goodman Arts Centre as part of their school trip. The children were introduced to our daily practices which include traditional batik painting and graffiti.
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)
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 →
We conducted a batik painting workshop for One World International School, held over 4 lessons in a course of 4 weeks. The students were exposed to traditional batik painting methods, like hot waxing and using batik dyes. They were also taught a brief history on the culture of batik painting.
As part of the Tanjong Goodman Open House 2016, we opened our doors to the public for an exciting visual arts experience. We hosted many colourful art activities which included a face painting workshop, live caricature drawing and multiple community batik sessions. The events we held at Goodman Arts Centre.