Modern Kintsugi
Modern Kintsugi
Modern Kintsugi

Modern Kintsugi

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Kintsugi is more than just a Japanese art form; it's a philosophy that celebrates imperfections and teaches us to embrace the beauty of our scars. This ancient practice involves repairing broken ceramics with lacquer mixed with powdered gold.

In this workshop you will repair a small Winterwares bowl. You will learn skills and techniques to be able to repair your own precious ceramic items at home. 

We have sourced the most sustainable Kintsugi kits available. Featuring a world-class Bio based epoxy glue (made from cashew nut shells!) packaged in 80% recycled material and using the world's best biodegradable nitrile gloves. The mica colour powder is vegan and ethically sourced.

For inspiration, read about Simone's first encounter with Kintsugi – A broken jug, a sake bar and a life lesson

We invite you to slow down, reconnect, and leave with a piece of art and a piece of yourself made more beautiful through healing.

At our studio & store in the West End of Fremantle, at 34 Henry Street.

This workshop runs from 6pm to 9pm

We believe in a personalised experience, so we limit class sizes to a maximum of 6 people. This ensures you get the attention you need.

We supply everything, including a Kintsugi kit to take home, allowing you to mend and beautify up to 8 more small to medium sized broken ceramic pieces.

Absolutely! The workshops are completely guided with a gentle pace. No experience necessary.

As a small business, we're unable to absorb the expenses associated with rescheduling workshop spots. Therefore, all workshop ticket sales are considered final and non-refundable. Credit will not be offered and we are unable to make exchanges to other workshops or products. If you can't make it you're more than welcome to send a friend along in your place. Please contact us if you want to transfer your ticket to someone else.

Customer Reviews

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Rest & Repair

This Kinstugi class had it all. Expert guidance by the patient and supportive Anna and a beautifully curated take-home kit containing materials required to practice our new skills in this centuries-old art of mending broken things. The Winterwares studio is a calm and tranquil space in which to slow down the pace of life and engage all the senses-I’d happily spend all my days there!

About your host

In this workshop Ana merges the traditional Japanese technique with a contemporary approach, emphasising the metaphorical significance of Kintsugi as a philosophy for life.

Ana's teaching style inspires creativity, resilience, and a new perspective on imperfection, making Kintsugi accessible and meaningful for students of all backgrounds and skill levels.