Save your broken ceramics, and learn Kintsugi in this workshop in Los Angeles. In this Kintsugi art class, you can learn to turn your chipped goods into beautiful art.
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of mending broken ceramics and filling the cracks with gold or other metallics. It's a beautiful slow art form that gives the heart time to reflect and connect. It's a truly transformational experience and participants have come out of this more hopeful and with a different perspective on the world.
If you're looking for mindful hobbies, upcycling DIY projects, or fun things to do at home, Kintsugi is a peaceful and relaxing craft to explore. You will receive a kit with all the supplies you need to get started on this art form. Your instructor will guide you through the process in an intimate in-person workshop in Los Angeles.
This class also makes for great team-building activities, birthday party ideas, and more!
Broken bowl / cup or place ($10)
You can add these when you book (optional).
- Unique Modern Japan Lacquer made from Cashew Nut (safer and faster drying than traditional lacquer made from poison sumac)
- Epoxy putty
- Bronze powder
- Super Glue
- Paint brush
- Two kinds of sandpaper
- A shell palette for the lacquer
- Turpenoid Natural (For thinning out the lacquer)
- Review and Materials card
Other materials and tools needed for the day.
- A broken ceramic piece (unless ordered beforehand)
- A cardboard box to take your piece home in.
This class is great for
as well as for
a team building activity, birthday or bachelorette party.
for adults, and kids (minimum 10 years old).
An adult must accompany any attending kids, and must pay for a separate ticket.
This would also be a
gift for her,
gift for mom,
Father's Day gift or
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