Ketemu Project Space | Workshops
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Ketemu’s workshops

are designed & facilitated by contemporary artists,

with processes kindled by their experiences in working with communities.

Take this chance to explore age-old mediums or techniques inspired by traditional Southeast Asian crafts, specially adapted for the contemporary sensibility. Tap on processes, intensively researched by our artists, in a fun and simple ways. Look forward to experiencing the delights of getting hands on to create a work of art right from scratch.
Every workshop will be a unique experience as we customize every single detail to the learning capacities and interests. Participants can look forward to an inclusive environment where people of different abilities can unlock their creativity and foster an intimate and intellectual appreciation of visual art.

A social initiative:

Ketemu also designs specialized workshops for participants to co-create together with people with disabilities or marginalized communities. This is to support diverse interactions with people of different backgrounds, for the fostering of mutual appreciation and understanding.
Contact us to find out more about the opportunities.

Workshops

Destination Workshops: Bali

Photography

Artist-Facilitators

Kabul

Kabul

Artist - Creative Facilitator

Kabul wields the amazing ability to learn a technique and make it his own! His improvisational skills and sensitivity helps the Ketemu team to adapt each workshop specifically to the needs of any participant group or community.

Mintio

Mintio

Artist - Creative Facilitator

Mintio specializes in photographic and alternative photographic techniques. She is also currently an adjunct lecturer at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Art.