Art Kintsugi and Chado workshop – Adelaide – 7th November 2024

Mindful day in the city of Adelaide, to learn the hands-on art of Kintsugi, its history and phillosophy and Chado, Japanese tea ceremony. 

Kintsugi is a century-old Japanese craft where broken ceramic objects are pieced back together using Urushi lacquer and gold dust, an art of mending based on the philosophy of Wabi Sabi, finding beauty in imperfection, derived from Chado, Japanese Tea Ceremony.

Date : 7th Novermber 

Venue : Gallery Le Nuancier,  Norwood Adelaide 

Time: 10am to 4.30pm (6.5 hours) 

Fee:  $285 per person  

Booking (please click here) 

This is an unique collaboration workshop, Art Kintsugi Sydney with Eriko Takefuji, Adelaide based Chado instructor, to bring together the two essential tradinal Japanese art and craft based on Wabisabi Zen philosophy. 

The workshop is a full day You will be introduced to the history of Kintsugi and Chado, 4 hours of hands-on Art Kintsgui workshop using modern accessible materials, followed by Chado demonstration and Matcha tea tasting with Japaneses sweets. 6.5 hours of mindful experience. 

Please note ;
+ All tools and materials including a ceramic piece to repair will be prepared by us.
+ For aged over 18.
+Not recommended for pregnant person.
+ We will be using alternative synthetic materials (epoxy and gold metal)

Chado

Japanese tea ceremony, the way of tea, is a spiritual and aesthetic training to refine oneself, and to be present to own mind and most importantly to make a satisfying bowl of tea for the guests.

Kintsugi

Kintsugi is a century-old Japanese craft where broken ceramic objects are pieced back together using Urushi lacquer and gold dust, an art of mending based on the philosophy of Wabi Sabi, finding beauty in imperfection, derived from Chado.

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