Sunday, 24th January, 21' at Public Record, Auckland
Morning session 10:00 - 12:30 pm
Afternoon session, 1:30 - 4 pm
$80 per person
Kintsugi - Repairing for good.
Kintsugi (also known as Kintsukuroi) which loosely translates to 'Golden Joinery' is the age-old Japanese art form of repairing broken ceramics in a way that is often considered more beautiful than when it was when whole. This ancient technique is a true celebration of 'Wabi Sabi', the aesthetic appreciation of the broken, old or disregarded.
We'll take you through easy step by step instructions on how to piece back together your broken ceramics with lacquer and golden brass powder.
The technique we teach has been modernised so it's easy to try and apply and perfectly safe in contact with food .
Public Record gallery space (rear space)
76 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland
• A small group tutorial and hands on experience.
• Please bring your own broken piece. (but not a too complicated break please)
• We supply all the material for the sessions. You could buy the kit at the end of the session as an option - from $45-$75. (The kit(s) will be available at later this year as the boarder is closed currently)
The limited number of seats are available, so be quick! If there is any questions, please contact the email address, attached below.
Booking is essential - email@example.com
Tutor - Yuka O'Shannessy