Kids Education

Our efforts to spread the joy of printmaking started as Live Experiences at art markets and community events before quickly evolving into comprehensive workshops. These experiences are usually free for participants or kept at a low price to make the artform accessible to all members of the public. As with all our workshops, they are usually more than a technique, as we share dynamic visuals, complementary art forms from beginner to intermediate levels printmaking.

We are glad to announce our kids education-focused arm, Dot Parade to further our initiative of making art and printmaking accessible to a wider audience.

We have designed suitable printmaking workshops for different age groups for 2019-2020. These exposure and experience programmes are endorsed by NAC’s Art Education Programmes and are eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy of up to 50% of the programme cost and Special Education (SPED) Schools may use the Tote Board Arts Grant to subsidise up to 70% of the programme cost. 

The programmes are;

1. Tote Bag Screen-Printing Workshop

If you are an educator in local MOE Primary and Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges, Centralised Institutes & ITE Regional Campuses, you may book the programmes at

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Thank you for supporting our initiative of making printmaking accessible through the years and we look forward to more wonder in the future. 

These programmes will be conducted by our lead artist, Iefa Shamsir, in all the sessions.

Iefa has 11 years of teaching experience, with the last 7 years as an independent educator with modular printmaking programmes in a local school. She has extensive experience in designing and conducting various types of printmaking techniques to different groups of students. 


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