Yogyakarta Batik is part of Javanese Culture. Each of Yogyakarta Batik pattern has philosophy. There are so many kind of batik. Today Yogyakarta Batik also develop. At the past, batik was drawn on a wide materials with certain pattern. An Yogya Batik artist open the house to batik workshop. The artist has modern way to draw batik. Participants can draw batik traditionally and modern on a t-shirt, cap or another media. By learning three hours, you can bring your on work on a media that you like. The Batik pattern also collaboration from modern and conventional pattern. Participants can explore their style and ways of drawing into their batik work. Buying a batik is common activities for tourist, but creating your own style batik is extraordinary way to spend your holiday in Yogyakarta.
Hi, I am Li ! I am a young local people. I love Yogyakarta so much. I have two co-hosts. They are Cipto and Solih, both of them are young energetic local people. We have learned about Yogyakarta history, and some of hidden story behind every Javanese philosophy. We also love Yogyakarta heritage culture. We have done sightseeing tours, walking tour, and culinary exploration. Moreover, we have trained on Batik workshop, silversmithing and Javanese cooking class. We also work together with the local expert trainer. We’d love to share our experience. Feel like true blood Javanese with us ! I work with a really local people who still keep heritage Javanese culture and lifestyle. See the Javanese culture atmosphere beyond modern tour activity !
Batik media ( t-shirt or cap ) and other needed equipment
Visiting a open house local expert batik artist, then learn how to create batik traditionally or modern. Batik can be draw in something that participant can be worn. It can be cap or t-shrit or 50*50 cm material. Be proud to wear your own batik artwork !
Hotel pick up and drop off
-Pattern request or face sketch maximum send 24 hours before the tour, if the participant doesn’t confirm the mentor will draw best pattern for participant. -We provide apron while drawing process
Create Your Gift, Your Batik Artwork