🎫 Admission for 1 device to Embracing Imperfections: Japanese Art of Kintsugi, an online workshop which will guide you step by step in restoring a broken porcelain item using the restorative art of Kintsugi.
🎨 Experience the healing power of artistic restoration
✨ Transform a broken object into a unique and beautiful piece of art
🎓 Lectures delivered by experts
🏠 Enjoy the workshop from the comfort and safety of your own home
📅 Date: 9th February 2022
🕒 Time: 6:00 p.m. — 7:00 p.m.
📍 Location: your home!
📱 You will find further instructions in your Fever ticket and confirmation email
❓ Please note: You must source your own Kintsugi art kit from a local art shop or online
Bring your broken porcelain and join Azumi Uchitani in this healing workshop exploring the traditional art of Kintsugi. Originating from Japan, Kintsugi was invented when artisans began using gold pigment to put shattered vessels back together. Gain insights into the profound philosophy behind the art form, as you’re guided step by step to transform what was once broken into an object more beautiful than ever. Emphasise the vulnerabilities of the porcelain as you apply gold and silver dust glue to the broken elements, creating a striking network of shining scars. After this session, you will have your broken object transformed and feel the healing effects of embracing the imperfect.
How to get there?
8-10 Niddry St S, Edinburgh EH1 1NS, EH1 1NS