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Southeast
Asian Arts
By: Ma’am Odie
Activity 1: Find Me
Match the picture with
its country of origin:
SOUTHEAST
ASIA
a. Philippines
b. Brunei
c. Malaysia
d. Indonesia
e. Singapore
f. Vietnam
B FA
EDC
FABRIC/FABRIC DESIGN
Thailand
Thai silk -is produced from the cocoons of
silkworms.
Khorat - which is the center of the ...
Thai
traditional
wedding
dress
Cambodia
Silk weaving in Cambodia
dates to as
early as the first century
since textiles were used
for trading.
Two main types of Cambodian weaving
1. ikat technique (Khmer term:
chongkiet) - To create
patterns, weavers tie and dye
po...
Cambodian textiles natural dyes:
a. insect nests - Red dye
b. indigo - Blue dye
c. prohut bark- Yellow and Green dye
d. eb...
Laos
 Lao tradition, stories were woven
Strand by strand,
Sihn—the Lao women’s ankle-long skirt
whose form is undeniable ...
VIETNAM
Golden Thread Silks –were born in Vietnam.
Ha Dong- the center of weaving and
sericulture (silk worm production)...
VIETNAMESE WEDDING SUITS
 The fabric most common to both countries is the Batik.
The term “batik” is an Indonesian Malay word,
Believed to be rel...
Malaysia’s two main types of batik
1. Handpainted- the
artist uses thecanting,
a small copper
container with one
or more d...
BRUNEI
Brunei's traditional
textile is also called
batik, but the designs
have their national
flower simpur,
sumboi-sumboi...
PAPER BATIK
Southeast asian art lesson 1 by: Maam odie INFANTA High School
Southeast asian art lesson 1 by: Maam odie INFANTA High School
Southeast asian art lesson 1 by: Maam odie INFANTA High School
Southeast asian art lesson 1 by: Maam odie INFANTA High School
Southeast asian art lesson 1 by: Maam odie INFANTA High School
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Southeast asian art lesson 1 by: Maam odie INFANTA High School

  1. 1. Southeast Asian Arts By: Ma’am Odie
  2. 2. Activity 1: Find Me Match the picture with its country of origin:
  3. 3. SOUTHEAST ASIA
  4. 4. a. Philippines b. Brunei c. Malaysia d. Indonesia e. Singapore f. Vietnam B FA EDC
  5. 5. FABRIC/FABRIC DESIGN Thailand Thai silk -is produced from the cocoons of silkworms. Khorat - which is the center of the silk industry in Thailand.  Thai silk making is considered to be one of the finest arts in the world.
  6. 6. Thai traditional wedding dress
  7. 7. Cambodia Silk weaving in Cambodia dates to as early as the first century since textiles were used for trading.
  8. 8. Two main types of Cambodian weaving 1. ikat technique (Khmer term: chongkiet) - To create patterns, weavers tie and dye portions of weft yarn before weaving begins. 2. uneven twill - single or two- color fabrics, which are produced by weaving three threads so that the "color of one thread dominates on one side ofthe fabric, while the two others determine the color on the reverse side."
  9. 9. Cambodian textiles natural dyes: a. insect nests - Red dye b. indigo - Blue dye c. prohut bark- Yellow and Green dye d. ebony bark- Black dye Cambodian silk-weaving- served as work for rural women Krama- the traditional check scarves
  10. 10. Laos  Lao tradition, stories were woven Strand by strand, Sihn—the Lao women’s ankle-long skirt whose form is undeniable and patterns are unique to each skirt.
  11. 11. VIETNAM Golden Thread Silks –were born in Vietnam. Ha Dong- the center of weaving and sericulture (silk worm production) for centuries. Some popular Vietnamese fabric ranges are: 1. Shantung taffeta 2. Bengaline weave 3. Ebony satin - an all natural lustrous silk hand-woven in southern Vietnam and naturally dyed using ebony fruit pods.
  12. 12. VIETNAMESE WEDDING SUITS
  13. 13.  The fabric most common to both countries is the Batik. The term “batik” is an Indonesian Malay word, Believed to be related to the Malay word “titik”, whichmeans‘point’,‘dot’or‘drop’. There are two categories of batik designs: 1. geometric motifs 2. free form designs INDONESIA, MALAYSIA& SINGAPORE
  14. 14. Malaysia’s two main types of batik 1. Handpainted- the artist uses thecanting, a small copper container with one or more different-sized pipes 2. Blockprinted- done by welding together strips of metal to form a metal block. Malaysian Batik
  15. 15. BRUNEI Brunei's traditional textile is also called batik, but the designs have their national flower simpur, sumboi-sumboi (pitcher plant), and Brunei's traditional design of air muleh.
  16. 16. PAPER BATIK

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