Gang Gang Gallery Blue Mountains Art Kintsugi workshops 6th & 7th April 2024

We are participating and hosting two workshops during the ” Hands on  Clay 2024″ exhibition in Gang Gang gallery, Lithgow this coming April. 

Exhibition will be on through March to April 

Art Kintsugi workshop will be on 

6th April 10am  to 2pm  (a few tickets available) 

(Each workshop is limited to 8 participants) 

Booking options :  $170 ~ per person

please make your bookings either by instant online booking or contact us. 

Instant online booking (booking fee will apply)

For direct booking, please contact us (no booking fee )

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About the Workshop

In this 4 hours step by step hands-on workshop, you will learn the fundamental skill of Art Kintsugi method, following the principal of ancient Kintsugi utilising more accessible alternative materials (such as resin and gold metal) which enable us to complete the process within the class and safely. 

At the end of the class, you will take home a piece of your own Kintsugi art and be able to repair your own items. 


Kintsugi is a century-old Japanese craftwork where broken ceramic objects are pieced back together using lacquer and gold dust based on the philosophy of Wabi Sabi finding beauty in imperfection.

The process transforms much loved, worn items into a beautifully crafted, new piece of art. It is a chance to live a more sustainable way and to rescue objects which would otherwise be discarded.

Class is suitable over 18 years old. 

Not suitable for pregnant person

You will be repairing a ceramic piece we prepare. 

About the gallery

Gang Gang Gallery is housed in the heritage space of the Old Refreshments building of the Theatre Royal on Main Street Lithgow.the gallery has been designed to host exhibitions of artists in the light filled main space and along with a permanent collection of glassware, porcelain, timber and iron work. Gang Gang has an earnest and growing connection with the local community and aims to embrace the future of the Blue Mountains whilst paying tribute to its

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