Dry batik

  • Type

    Short course

  • Duration

    1 class (120 mins / class)

    4 time slots to choose from

  • Class Size

    1-8 students / class

Batik is one of the world’s most developed art forms that stimulates one’s senses with the use of vibrant colours, patterns and wax. Some historians have traced the use of dye resistance patterns to date as far back as 2000 years ago in Egypt, Middle East, Turkey, India, Africa and China. The word ‘Batik’ has been said to be derived from the word ‘Ambatik’, which is loosely translated to describe a cloth with little dots. Batik has also been said to be derived from the Javanese word ‘Tritik’ which describes a resist process that is very similar to that of tie-dye. This program is an exposure program to the Art from Batik. Students will explore the properties of wax and how it reacts on paper. At the end of the program, students will create wax resist bookmarks using the Dry Batik technique.
THIS COURSE WILL COVER:
  1. Elements of Art
  2. Introduction to Batik
  3. Method and techniques
  4. Design ideation and planning
  5. Simple sketching
  6. Creating
  7. Finishing
Special consideration has been acknowledged to the varying needs of the participants in the class, and the materials chosen will allow the participants to explore and enhance their skill sets without compromising on their safety. Scaffolding and support will also be provided by the trainer.
Materials:
  • Brush
  • Palette
  • Tassel
  • White Candle
  • Dye
  • Water container
  • Drawing paper
NOTE:
  • With Materials: $60 per student
  • Without Materials: $45 per student

Schedule 1

04
Dec 2021
10:00am - 12:00pm
1 session only

Schedule 2

11
Dec 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm
1 session only

Schedule 3

19
Dec 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm
1 session only

Schedule 4

26
Dec 2021
10:00am - 12:00pm
1 session only
Overview
overview
Batik is one of the world’s most developed art forms that stimulates one’s senses with the use of vibrant colours, patterns and wax. Some historians have traced the use of dye resistance patterns to date as far back as 2000 years ago in Egypt, Middle East, Turkey, India, Africa and China. The word ‘Batik’ has been said to be derived from the word ‘Ambatik’, which is loosely translated to describe a cloth with little dots. Batik has also been said to be derived from the Javanese word ‘Tritik’ which describes a resist process that is very similar to that of tie-dye. This program is an exposure program to the Art from Batik. Students will explore the properties of wax and how it reacts on paper. At the end of the program, students will create wax resist bookmarks using the Dry Batik technique.
THIS COURSE WILL COVER:
  1. Elements of Art
  2. Introduction to Batik
  3. Method and techniques
  4. Design ideation and planning
  5. Simple sketching
  6. Creating
  7. Finishing
Special consideration has been acknowledged to the varying needs of the participants in the class, and the materials chosen will allow the participants to explore and enhance their skill sets without compromising on their safety. Scaffolding and support will also be provided by the trainer.
Materials:
  • Brush
  • Palette
  • Tassel
  • White Candle
  • Dye
  • Water container
  • Drawing paper
NOTE:
  • With Materials: $60 per student
  • Without Materials: $45 per student
Course Schedule
Course Schedule

Schedule 1

04
Dec 2021
10:00am - 12:00pm
1 session only

Schedule 2

11
Dec 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm
1 session only

Schedule 3

19
Dec 2021
2:00pm - 4:00pm
1 session only

Schedule 4

26
Dec 2021
10:00am - 12:00pm
1 session only
Taught By
Taught By
Teacher Kethlyn

Teacher Kethlyn has a degree in Law from the National University of Singapore and a diploma in Early Childhood Education. Kethlyn started as an early childhood educator in a school for children with learning disabilities. Since then, she has conducted workshops in various MOE schools, Special Education Schools, and other institutions like the Girls's home and prisons. Teacher Kethlyn is NAC-AEP (National Arts Council-Arts Education Programme) certified to teach visual art programs to youths with disabilities. She is also MOE registered under AMIS (Art and Music instructor scheme) and she is also PAL (Program for Active Learning) certified. She holds a certificate in Speech and Drama from London Teaching Training College. Teacher Kethlyn is a dedicated and caring teacher with 9 years of teaching experience.

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