create with culture

Create your own artwork inspired by culture! Experience the fun of printmaking through the design, colour selection and layout process. Satisfy your creative spirit and check out our upcoming workshops! Private bookings also available for groups and corporations. Contact me. 

The workshop was very hands-on and lots of fun. Jennifer made printing so accessible and yet personal and creative.
— Gertrude Tan, Consultant, Singapore

express fabric BLOCK printing

Experience the fun of block printing - peranakan style!

Busy beginners will enjoy using specially pre-carved Peranakan inspired linocut blocks in a range of popular heritage colours. Read more. 

I enjoyed the fact that this workshop focused solely on printing and that I didn’t have to do any carving. I had a really fun time. Thanks so much for your time, effort and skill.
— Brenda Cowles, Australia
The pace and the content is just right, especially for beginners. It was inspiring, and made me want to lean more about printmaking!
— Ong Hwee Boon, Singapore
— Ayako Hashimoto, Japan

parent-child printing 


Looking for interesting experiences for your children? Book a printing session tailored made to your group! Experience Peranakan inspired printing and create a piece of Singapore history with your child.

Enjoy using pre-carved rubber blocks and colourful inks to create your artwork. No art experience or carving and fee includes use of tools, materials and aprons. Children must be 6 and above and supervised by a parent/guardian. Read more. 

I enjoyed being able to work out my design and choose my own colours. The content of this workshop was just right for my 8-year-old child and he enjoyed it.’
— Eri Kitagawa, Japan


beginner FAbric Block Printing

Learn to transfer, carve and print your own gorgeous hand-made textiles!  

Enjoy carving your own linoleum block and hand-printing on fabric in this fun workshop aimed at complete beginners! Your bespoke length of fabric will be fully washable and great as an interior decoration or as a 'furoshiki' handkerchief. Take home your hand-carved block for use in future projects – cards, gift wrap, or even wallpaper! Read more. 

I found this workshop fun because I was able to make my own useful piece of fabric while learning the entire carving and printing process.
— Dawn Marie Lee, Writer, Singapore
I really enjoyed finishing an entire project, and found the workshop fun and relaxing.
— Jenny Levine, Educator, USA


learn the magic of an ancient art


A two-day workshop that teaches you the foundation of Japanese woodblock printing - the same technique used by Ukiyoe masters including Hokusai. The translucent nature of watercolour paints mixed with washi paper create amazing textures and patterns in unusual ways. 

‘I would recommend this product to anyone with an interest in Japanese woodblocks or just printing in general. No matter your skill level, you will be enthralled by the lovely colours and delicacy of the end product.’
— Tricia Stayte, Printmaker, UK


‘Jennifer was a great teacher, who gave patient explanations of the steps and provided customised advice throughout the class. It was inspiring to be in her studio, appreciating her artwork and her stories about Singapore’s history. Under her guidance, I made several beautiful pieces of my own artwork, which I can share with my family.’
— Sarah Gleave, Project Specialist, Economic Development Sector, Singapore
‘I would recommend this workshop to friends and family - particularly those who are interested in Japanese culture and those who are looking to try something new and different. ‘
— Aileen Lim, Singapore

express fabric block printing: Chinese New Year


Bring on good luck by creating a Chinese New Year inspired table runner! Experience a unique crafting session and make a stylish table runner or table cloth ready for use in your home.

— Yumiko Mizuno
I would definitely recommend this workshop. I had a good time and the atmosphere was really relaxing!
— Patsy Goh, Author, Singapore

Catch a glimpse of a fabric printing workshop in action! Inspired by Peranakan floor tiles, blocks used in this class have been carved out of rubber lino and printed with washable inks on fabric. Learn more about the print experience.