We specialize in Batik Painting workshop at our studio or on-site, these are our standard programmes:
Except for Open Studio, All workshops should be booked two weeks prior to date.
Engagements on Eve of, or Public Holiday will cost additional $50.
1. Open Studio
Morning session 10:00am – 12:00noon
Afternoon session: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Evening session: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Venue: Kamal’s Artshop Studio @ Goodman Arts Centre
90 Goodman Road, Blk E #03-31, Singapore 439053
No pre-registration required. Start at any level and progress at your own pace.
The prices for our studio workshop are: Base fee $150 + $10 per hour/per pax)
Example for 4 student x 3 hours = Base Fee $150 + ($10 x 3 hours x 4 person =$120 ) = $270
Example for 20 students x 3 hours = Base Fee $150 + ($10 x 3 hours x 20 person = $600) = $750
Two or three-hours programmes are popular with groups. This programme is conducted at our studio at Goodman Arts Centre with capacity of up to 50 participants.
Arrangements can be made for the workshop to be held at other venue however we need to consider if the venue is suitable prior to engagement with a minimum charge of $400.
Activity will cover:
• Completion of medium size batik painting (A3, 42cm x 30cm) for 3-hours workshop
3. Community Batik
The Community Batik Project is a highly engaging group activity. It is a fun introduction to the art and craft of batik for everyone to have fun while discovering our South East Asean cultural heritage and to create a collective work of art. It is popular at public events and appropriate for corporate team-building sessions. We can set-up on-site or at our studio, the length and duration can vary according to the your requirements. These artwork are proudly installed at the work-place or public buildings.
Minimum engagement is for 4m x 3hrs = $900. The price is based on $75 per metre/hour for varied specifications.
Additional services (Optional)Sewing and mounting of artwork = $75 p/meter length. (width is 80cm)For national schools, this programme is eligible for 50% Tote Board Grant under the National Arts Council/ Art Enrichment Programme.
4. Mini Batik: Children batik painting workshop (No hot waxing)
Mini batik is a simple introduction to batik painting. A small cotton cloth measuring 20cm x 20cm is pre-outlined with batik wax and attached to a foldable paper stretcher. Dye is applied onto the design and the waxed lines resist the colours from spreading which is the basis of traditional batik painting. No hot wax is involved, ideal for very young and senior citizens activity. This is also popular at community events and parties.
Should you wish to manage the session yourself, we also sell materials.
5. School Programme (AEP) Link to NAC website for Art Enrichment Programmes
We offer Batik Painting programmes in schools. Our team of full-time artists-instructors has taught at different levels from primary to secondary schools as well as tertiary institution.Students will be introduced to the art and craft of Batik painting through hands-on experience and gradually learn to use traditional tools such as the tjanting to create authentic batik paintings with wax resist technique. Lesson may extend to advance dyeing techniques and how to make fabrics colourfast.Cost per student per hour: $8 (All materials included)