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DIY Faux Kintsugi with Neon Patina


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Description

Kintsugi, meaning Golden Joinery, is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery using golden lacquer.  Kintsugi celebrates the damage, chips and breaks as part of the object’s life. 

This workshop will teach you a way of replicating the traditional Japanese art of Kintsugi, in which broken items are repaired with golden lacquer.   Participants will be given a small broken bowl which they will repair using the Kintsugi do it yourself method devised by Neon Patina.  This method is easy to replicate at home using accessible materials.

Each participant will walk away with a finished bowl.

Small class size of max. 10 participants

Suitable for participants 12+.  This workshop uses broken pottery which may be sharp and requires patience. Participants under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult and both must purchase a ticket.

Please note, the number of tickets that you can choose from to purchase reflects the number of total tickets still available, if you cannot select multiple tickets it means there is only 1 ticket/space left in this workshop

Cancellation Policy: As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.



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What you will learn
  • Learn about Kintsugi, the art of repairing broken pottery
  • Learn tips and tricks for getting the best results
  • Learn how to recreate Kintsugi at home
What you will get
  • Repair a small bowl using this do it yourself method devised by Neon Patina & walk away with your finished product

What to bring
  • Glasses if you wear them
  • A bag to carry home your bowl
What to wear

Enclosed shoes.

Appropriate for

12+, see description


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Hands On Brisbane

Vendor since 2015

The Wise Foundation is proud to present Hands On Brisbane.

This programme of craft workshops, demonstrations and Q&A sessions provides a fantastic opportunity for people to learn new skills, showcase local talent and add extra creativity to Brisbane.

Workshops we have had and will continue to facilitate are; Rag Rugs, Block Printing, Screen Printing, Terrariums, Stamp Carving, Fabric Design, Lace, Embroidery, Crochet, Shrinky Dinks, Polymer Clay, Sterling Silver, Paper Flowers, Resin, Origami, Brass Etching, Brooch Making Techniques, Kokedama, Journal Making, Weaving.

These workshops are conducted by some of Brisbane’s finest artisans to give you a hands on approach to learning your new skill. With many classes also providing the materials, all you need to do is turn up and start creating!

About The Wise Foundation

The Wise Foundation believes that all people and communities should have the opportunity to achieve economic independence through business. Our core mission is, ‘To strengthen communities through assisting the creation of innovative economic models.’

It is about ‘Community Supporting Community’ and in addition to generating funds, the Foundation contributes to many other worthwhile causes, with initiatives inspiring and empowering members of the public to organise their own awareness and fundraising projects.

The Foundation runs a number of social enterprise initiatives such as The Gardens Club (www.thegardensclub.com.au), Buffed (www.buffed.org.au), Mulgrave Farmers Markets (www.mulgravefarmersmarkets.com.au) and Hands On Brisbane (www.handsonbrisbane.com)

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellation Policy

As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.

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Terms & Conditions

Enclosed Footwear is required by participants at every workshop. Hands On Brisbane reserves the right to refuse entry to a workshop if the attendee is not wearing suitable attire.

Cancellation Policy: As we purchase materials based on the number of attendees for each workshop we are unable to refund tickets. We do welcome you to pass your ticket to a friend to come in your place. Please email us if you do wish to change the name on the ticket.

Participants are required to sign a waiver at the workshop they attend. Participants are to follow instructions, safety precautions and advice when given.

Participants are required to arrive on time.  Our workshops will start on time.  If you are not attending on the day please contact Hands On Brisbane using the contact information in the mail out that is sent a few days before the event.  If you are unable to attend on the day please pass your ticket on to a friend.  As we prepare in advance for the number of attendees we are unable to offer you a refund.

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Omeed

11 June 2019 • DIY Faux Kintsugi with Neon Patina

Arts and crafts are a wonderful means to create a healthy mind and build productive community. Would recommend that the participants get to break the Bowl! 💜

Jasmine

13 March 2019 • DIY Faux Kintsugi with Neon Patina

The instructor was very patient and clear and introduced a great art to us beginners. Thoroughly enjoyed the process and would highly recommend this class to any one interested.

Penny

05 March 2019 • DIY Faux Kintsugi with Neon Patina

Extremely enjoyable workshop and we would definately do it again. With every bowl looking unique at the end it is the perfect to do again. The setting and the teacher where both excellent.

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