Type of Workshop: Series (Dates TBA)
Duration per session: 1.5hrs
Registration of Interest is Open
Venue: OVERJOYED WORKSHOP SPACE - The Cathay, 2 Handy Road, #B1-11 Singapore 229233
About the Instructor
Malik Mazlan has been a Chinese calligraphy student for the past six years. But like any good story, his journey in pursuing this traditional art has taken quite a few turns - landing him in different countries.
His favourite form of calligraphy is the Seal Script - an ancient form of writing common in China throughout the latter half of the first millennium BC.
He discovered how the engineering of the Chinese brush allows the calligrapher to evoke emotion through the strokes.
About the Workshop
One of the important factors contributing to the evolution of the distinctive style of traditional Chinese painting has been the close relationship between the materials used and their influence on artistic forms and techniques.
The objective of this workshop is to share the basic of Chinese Calligraphy, appreciation and practicality. The purpose is to help participants understand the tools & process of how calligraphy and painting is done.
Participants will be introduced how to set up their workspace for Chinese Ink
calligraphy, different calligraphy scripts & its history. Participants will be shown how to write different calligraphy scripts according
to the styles of the brush strokes with emphasis on seal script.
In addition, they will be taught how to sign off their work according to tradition and how to use the Chinese seal.
- Equip participants with important painting techniques in Chinese arts
- Help participants to produce lively works using water, brush, ink and colour
- To practice by imitating clerical script basics from old masterpieces