Group Kintsugi Workshop

Restore broken ceramics in a mindful class



4 hours 5 to 10 label $150 or 4 payments of $37.50


Learn the Japanese art of golden ceramic restoration, Kintsugi, and discover the philosophy of embracing imperfection and bring out the inner beauty.

In this class designed for beginners, your experienced teacher will guide you through the step by step technique of Kintsugi.

You will learn how to repair broken ceramic, give surface to decoration to create your original piece of Kinstugi art.


Everything is provide including ceramics to restore.
Please note that we will be using some synthetic materials, gold brass powder to be able to complete the whole process within the class and take home a finished item.

Enjoy a friendly and relaxing class that will allow you to connect with your self and focus in the moment in the comfort of your home, office or venue of your choice.

Please note that some of the materials we use are synthetic, therefore the items can not be used as dinnerware with food directly on them.

Workshop is suitable for anyone over 16 years old.
Not suitable if you are pregnant (due to use of glue and lacquer thinner)








Knowledge Required
Perfect for beginners!
 
What you'll get
A beautifully restored piece of ceramic
 
What to bring
Please wear something comfortable and can get dusty.
Spectacles if you use them for reading and detail work.
 
Suitable for

This workshop is perfect for a hens party, birthday, special occasion, team building activity, corporate event, bucks party or Christmas party.

Location

The teacher can travel within 20km of Canberra

Your teacher
Art Kintsugi Sydney
Art Kintsugi Sydney

Kintsugi teachers

5.0 (12)

Yoko Kawada
Designer/maker of homeware products including tile art of SQUARE+ROUND Basin, MONO Tray and collaboration work of Kintsugi with international artists and artisan.
I studied interior design in London late 1990 and established solo trade business as Yoko Kawada in 2016.
My design is influenced by multiple countries I have been in the past searching materials and creative process both in traditional way and with technology.
I started to practice Kintsugi a few years ago in Japan to incorporate its unique nature of the Japanese traditional craft into my design.
I run Kintsugi workshops to share the joy of learning this Japanese craft full of surprises and contradictions.


Chizuru is a Japanese visual artist living in Sydney since 2016 and graduated from Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts at TAFE in 2018.
"I have been involved in creativity almost half of my life mainly from pottery and painting on ceramics, and I received several ceramic art and printmaking awards in Japan.
Recently, I am painting and drawing based on Australian and Japanese culture.
My passion is to introduce Japanese art, craft and culture through the workshops."


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