Workshops
Event no.
C1
Date & Time
Sun, 29 Sep
2pm - 5pm
Location
The URA Centre
45 Maxwell Rd,
Singapore 069118
Organised by
SUTDIO
Admission
S$35/pax
Ticket
Finding Stories in the City — By Archicraft
The city is more than a concrete jungle. It is a place filled with stories. Join us for a fun drawing workshop where we will mine and find stories in the environment to inspire our creations. Participants will learn how to start drawing, develop their styles and how to approach ideas towards craft-making.
Event no.
C2
Date & Time
Sat, 5 Oct
10am -12.30pm
Location
The URA Centre
45 Maxwell Rd,
Singapore 069118
Organised by
SUTDIO
Website
Admission
S$56/pax
Ticket
Pottery Hand-Building — By Archicraft
Clay forming is one of the earliest and most quintessential disciplines of craft in history. Join us for this workshop that introduces different techniques of pottery making to gain a deeper understanding of clay work.

Participants will be shown a demonstration of clay forming, followed by a hands-on making session. Come and explore hand-building pottery techniques up close and understand the properties of clay as a medium for form making.
Event no.
C3
Date & Time
Sat, 5 Oct
3pm - 5pm
Location
Fleuriste Studio
38A North Canal Rd,
Singapore 059294
Organised by
SUTDIO
Website
Admission
S$50/pax
Ticket
Mason Jar Floral Arrangement — By Archicraft
This 2-hour floral arrangement workshop will acquaint participants with the basics of how to care for flowers and arrange them beautifully.

Led by Fleuriste, a locally based boutique florist which believes in celebrating the everyday. No occasion is too small to show love and appreciation through a thoughtfully crafted flower arrangement. Fleuriste specializes in bespoke rustic everyday and bridal bouquets and wedding and event styling, and will share their tips and tricks on floral crafting.

Each participant will get to take home their own mason jar floral arrangements.
Event no.
W1, W3
Date & Time
Sat, 28 Sep
10am - 1pm, or
3pm - 6pm
Location
Antea Social
9 Tyrwhitt Road,
Singapore 207528
Organised by
soma folk
Website
Admission
S$125/pax
Ticket
Indigo Workshop with Sukumo Vat
2 time slots
During this three hour workshop, soma folk will share about the full process of indigo farming from seeds to making a sukumo indigo vat based on techniques gleaned from Tokushima, Japan. Participants will have hands-on experience dyeing with indigo and also explore different techniques to create their unique, desired pattern.
Event no.
W2
Date & Time
Sat, 28 Sep
10am - 12pm
Location
RAW Space
48 Niven Rd,
Singapore 228396
Organised by
RAW Space
Website
Admission
S$10/pax
Ticket
The Art of Framing
How do you frame art through a photograph?

Distilling from years of experience, join award-winning photographer Triston Yeo as he shares his insights on the framing of spaces in the fields of travel and interior design photography.

As a Fellow of the Master Photographer Association, Triston has worked on a wide range of projects for various MNCs, statutory boards and educational institutions such as Amazon Web Services and Four Season Hotel Group. He was awarded Top prize in
the Place Category with his entry entitled “Bathing in Budapest” in the National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest.

Learn about the process of seeking an ideal frame in a composition, and capturing the human elements of space in the crafting of a frame.
Event no.
W4
Date & Time
Sat, 28 Sep
2pm - 6pm
Location
Roger&Sons
115 King George’s Ave,
Singapore 208561
Organised by
Roger&Sons
Website
Admission
S$100/pax
Ticket
Woodworking with Local Tembusu Wood
Make a sustainable chopping board from a cross-cut slab of local tembusu wood, finished with food-grade beeswax from a local beekeeper. In this workshop, you’ll become skilled at one of the most crucial stages of woodworking: finishing. You’ll learn different sanding techniques, how to apply finish, and how to choose the right finish for every project.
Event no.
W5
Date & Time
Sun, 29 Sep
10am - 12pm
Location
To be revealed!
Organised by
Anja Humljan
Website
Admission
S$50/pax
Tickets to be released soon!
Ticket
Mindful Spatial Experiencing
How can we uncover the sensorial side of architecture? What is the relationship between the human body and tactile space?

The sensuous body is an essential prerequisite to our perception and understanding of spaces. Often neglected in the experience of architecture, the body and its senses are an important means of cultivating spatial sensibility. Join Anja, a Europe-based architectural designer, in an enlivening session reconnecting you with the environment. Participants will train their sensorial, mind and body awareness, expanding tactile curiosity towards their surroundings.

Anja has been commissioned by city councils, universities and architectural festivals globally to introduce a combination of tools and techniques that allow participants to mindfully touch, smell, hear and experience cities anew.
Event no.
W6, W8, W9
Date & Time
Sun, 29 Sep
10am - 12pm, or
12.30pm - 2.30pm, or
3pm - 5pm
Location
Grounded by CMCR
22 Martin Rd, Level 2,
Singapore 239058
Organised by
Hush Candle
Website
Admission
S$75/pax
Ticket
Essential Oil Blending & Candle Making
3 time slots
Always wanted to learn more about essential oils and try your hand at creating your very own customised essential oil blend?

Enjoy a fun and informative workshop as we guide you through up to twenty key essential oils and their powerful therapeutic benefits. You’ll participate in an intimate hands-on session exploring each individual essential oil, identifying its notes and key properties, and blending it into your very own concoction, based on your personal preference.

Learn the basics of candle making and create your very own essential oil soy candle scented with your customised blend. Each participant gets to take home 3 x 4oz (120ml) candles. You can choose to have all three candles created in a different blend or use the same blend for all.
Event no.
W7
Date & Time
Sun, 29 Sep
11am - 1pm
Location
Antea Social
9 Tyrwhitt Road,
Singapore 207528
Organised by
Antea Social
Website
Admission
S$80/pax
Ticket
Artisanal Tea Blending
Antea Social’s Tea Blending Workshop is a hands-on session where participants explore and understand different herbs and botanicals to create their own personalised tea blend. Participants will be immersed in a sensory experience as they see, smell and touch the different ingredients commonly used for tea blending. Learn more about the different types of tea and experience tea cupping using a professional tea cupping set.
Event no.
W10
Date & Time
Sun, 29 Sep
3pm - 6pm
Location
Antea Social
9 Tyrwhitt Road,
Singapore 207528
Organised by
Gellyvieve
Admission
S$85/pax
Ticket
Teacup Characters
This 3-hour workshop introduces participants to ceramics and the delicate skill of crafting a unique, personalized character. Participants will learn how to pinch a teacup from scratch to create their very own cup. Additionally, they will learn how to form and carve an individualized character upon the clay body.

○ Introduction to the process of ceramics
○ Wedging clay
○ Introduction to pinching
○ Working with clay
○ Creating characters
Event no.
W11
Date & Time
Sat, 5 Oct
10am - 1pm
Location
URA Urban Park
45 Maxwell Rd,
Singapore 069118

BEEP Lab
51 Middle Rd,
Singapore 188959
Organised by
BEEP Lab
Website
Admission
S$40/BEEP Kit
Ticket
BEEP Craft-A-Toy: Craft | Share | Learn
BEEP Craft-a-Toy encourages individuals to learn more about crafts through play. Imagine a future where children create toys for themselves instead of making a trip down to a toy store. It may sound fictional but as 3D printers become increasingly accessible, this may not be such a far-fetched idea. As we encourage our children to create their own toy, it hones their creative instincts, expands their imagination and instills in them a love for craft-making.
Event no.
W12
Date & Time
Sat, 5 Oct
10am - 1pm
Location
Synergraphic Design
10 Changi South St 1,
Singapore 486788
Organised by
Synergraphic Design
Website
Admission
S$160/pax
Ticket
Kilnform Glass Plate
Create your very own kilnformed glass plate in a fully equipped glassmaking studio with a 33-year old heritage of glassmaking. Learn the basics of glassworking in this 3-hour workshop including how to cut and polish glass, prepare your mold using special kiln materials, and assemble your creation in the kiln for firing. Tour the gallery thereafter for some refreshments and pick up a gift or two.

Note: Pieces require time to cool and can be collected 1 week later.
Event no.
W13
Date & Time
Sun, 6 Oct
12pm - 2pm
Location
Antea Social
9 Tyrwhitt Road,
Singapore 207528
Organised by
The Scriptography
Admission
S$79.50/pax
Ticket
Scriptography Calligraphy
Unwind your soul by embracing the art of writing, where each stroke explores the beauty and meaning of words. In this workshop, learn and practice brush lettering with watercolour blending techniques. Participants will be introduced to the basics of letterforms and have the opportunity to create their own art piece before the end of the session. Materials and tools will be provided.
Event no.
W14
Date & Time
Sun, 6 Oct
3pm - 5.30pm
Location
Antea Social
9 Tyrwhitt Road,
Singapore 207528
Organised by
Gellyvieve
Admission
S$85/pax
Ticket
New Kintsugi
This 2.5 hour workshop introduces participants to a modern interpretation of Kintsugi as a means of recycling. Kintsugi is a traditional Japanese technique that uses gold to repair broken ceramics, thus beautifying and emphasizing the mended cracks rather than disguising it. Through this workshop, participants are encouraged to look and bring along unwanted ceramics that are typically thought of as waste, as materials for making accessories such as brooches, clips, or earrings instead.

○ Introduction to kintsugi
○ Examining broken pieces
○ Design of wearables
○ Demonstration
○ Creating the pieces
Event no.
W15
Date & Time
Tue, 8 Oct
4pm - 6pm
Location
The URA Centre,
White Room
45 Maxwell Rd,
Singapore 069118
Organised by
Docomomo SG
Working Group & RIBA
Admission
Free
Ticket
Rejuvenating Modernist Sites Made Possible:
A RIBA-SIA Design Charette
In the lead up to the upcoming mASEANa Conference “Progressive Once More: Rejuvenating Mid-Century Modern Architecture in Southeast Asia” at the URA Centre from 31 Oct to 2 Nov 2019, the organizing committee and the Singapore Institute of Architects is pleased to present a design charette and outreach programme.

Proudly supported by the Royal Institute of British Architects, this charette invites a panel of esteemed architects to discuss ideas and frameworks undergirding rehabilitation of postwar modern heritage buildings. Case studies will be shared from selected heritage rehabilitation projects in Singapore and the UK.

Come and join the panel as they dissect issues of heritage and modernity in this conversation teaser - raising issues that will extend into deeper conversations in the mASEANa Conference at the end of October.

The mASEANa Conference is jointly coordinated by Docomomo Japan and the University of Tokyo, and supported by Docomomo International and ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for 20th Century.