Mehandi / Henna Art



The art of mehndi (or mehandi) has been a long-standing tradition stemming from many ancient cultures dating back as far as about 5,000 years, but is most known today for its history in India.

This workshop is planned for Arts Education programs (NAC approved). Students get to create their own designs first on paper and then if they like, on their hands. We have now improved this program with a very interesting video presentation showing the traditional method and the modern method of this making henna and the application. This was well received by Manjusri Secondary School students last year.



The program was very well planned and executed. The students enjoyed the video presentation and the hands on session” – Ms Elaine Poh,  Manjusri Secondary School.

The instructors are well trained and experienced. They could engage the students well into learning this art form. Students enjoyed the hands on experience. ” – Ms Seetoh J L,  ITE Clementi.


About subhashini

Subhashini Balasubramanian : A Masters graduate from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and University of Huddersfield, she is a practicing artist in Singapore. She has been teaching and conducting art workshops for the past 10 years.
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