Mindful Gold Pottery Restoration Kintsugi Workshop

Japanese Culture



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Let's have more beauty with Art Kintsugi in your precious life!

What is Kintsugi?

Kintsugi is five centuries-old traditional Japanese art which is a method of restoring a broken/cracked piece with a lacquer that is mixed with gold, silver, or platinum. In the recent years, this craftsmanship has been regarded as an important traditional art to influence on modern art around the world. One of the reasons is that it is more than just mending broken ceramics, and it is one beautiful way to living.

Our Art Kintsugi workshop is based on these 3 Japanese philosophies:

1. give your broken objects a new life and make them beautifully more than before by yourself.
2. get spiritual satisfaction without never-ending consumerism.
3. embrace beauty in imperfection.

What you will learn in this workshop is "Modern kintsugi" which follows the principal of traditional Kintsugi using alternative materials that are more accessible and enable us to complete the whole processes within the class:

1. understating the materials and how to use them with safety guidelines.
2. the basic kintsugi process from start to finish and tips, tricks and traps to avoid.

All materials will be provided. ( we will provide the ceramics you repair in the introductory class)

Those dates are not suitable?
Let us know, we are happy to arrange another workshop to suit your date/time !!

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You will get one ceramic you repair.

build What to bring

Please wear something that you do not mind getting dirty.

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This workshop is suitable for individuals and couples as well as for a hens party, special occasion, birthday, baby shower, team building activity, corporate event, bucks party or Christmas party.


Monster Mouse Studios

9 Gerald Street, Marrickville NSW

The teacher can also travel within 20km of Marrickville for private classes


Art Kintsugi Sydney
Art Kintsugi Sydney

Kintsugi teachers

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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."

Verified review for this class


By (attended on 22 Apr 2019)

We had a great day and were really pleased with our creations. The teachers were very knowledgeable!

Mindful Gold Pottery Restoration Kintsugi Workshop review by Linda Hattersley Sydney

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