[Workshop] The Healing Art of Modern Kintsugi
Stay Gold Studio by Gold & Behold
Hillview Building (Blue building on the right, opposite Hillview Warehouse)
48 Hillview Terrace #05-02A
About The Healing Art of Modern Kintsugi
This workshop is probably the only one where you are allowed to break things!
The Healing Art of Modern Kintsugi is a workshop inspired by the philosophy of Kintsugi.
Traditionally, Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold — a metaphor for embracing our flaws and imperfections.
Gold & Behold founder, Winnie’s respect and adoration of Kintsugi inspired her to apply the philosophy to this workshop as a metaphor for healing and meditative art.
⋒ Receive 5% off automatically when you sign up for 2 pax and above!
⋒ Exclusive 10% off storewide for both online & physical retail purchases during the day of your workshop!
⋒ A workshop for healing, mental wellness and upcycling
⋒ Learn how to break things - and put them back together with gold!
⋒ Understand the Japanese philosophy of Kintsugi
⋒ Our workshops are limited to 12 pax per session to provide you with undivided attention (You will be guided by our Founder, Winnie and 1 workshop assistant)
In this 2 hour session, you will learn to slow down and have a conversation with yourself, sit down with imperfections, face them headstrong and rebuild broken pieces, enabling us to be stronger than before.
All crafting materials are provided, so just bring yourself and an open mind!
⋒ 1x piece of slightly imperfect ware to craft with
⋒ Modern Kintsugi tools and materials
⋒ Gold powders that are hand mixed by us –– something you will not find anywhere else!
Additionally, you may bring along 1 of your broken ware as long as it is 15cm(W) x 15cm(L) x 5cm(H) or smaller, broken into less than 10 pieces. We have to limit the size and the number of broken pieces in the essence of time.
Let's make a mess, embrace flaws and heal as a stronger individual through the philosophy of Kintsugi.
We provide restoration services too and you can check it out here
1. Do you break the pieces on purpose? If you do, is it still Kintsugi?
We understand that traditional Kintsugi fixes pottery that has broken unintentionally. We believe in crafting an experiential workshop that provides self-discovery and reflection. In this workshop, the process of breaking an object is a symbolic representation of life's adversity, making it an essential part of the workshop.
2. What are the materials used?
As an upcycling effort, you will be using beautifully curated pieces with slight manufacturing defects. You will also get exclusive access to an array of gold powders that are hand mixed–– something you will not find anywhere else! Every part of the workshop is designed and executed with great thought and considerations.
3. End Product
These pieces can be used as accessories, trinket dishes, brush/pen holders or decorative art. Due to the adhesive solution and pigments used, these restored pieces are not food safe. Please do not microwave, bake or put the pieces in the dishwasher.
We provide food-safe restoration services here
Read our FAQs in more details
Our COVID-19 Safety Measures
⋒ Only participants who are fully vaccinated will be allowed into the workshop
⋒ The maximum capacity of this workshop will be 12 pax
⋒ Your safety is our top priority. Masks must be worn at all times
⋒ Each participant will have their own bottle of alcohol spray for workshop usage/ sanitising
Terms & Conditions
⋒ Cancellations or rescheduling are strictly not allowed, and no refunds will be given
⋒ We understand that changes do happen. In the instance where you couldn't make it to our workshop, you may get a friend to attend the session (Do inform at email@example.com about the change at least 3 days before workshop commencement)
⋒ Do note that we require a minimum of 4 pax to confirm a class. We will reach out to you 3 days before the workshop commencement in the event of low sign-ups. You may choose to reschedule to the next available workshop
By attending this event, you agree to be photographed and/or filmed and give permission to use your likeness in promotional and/or marketing materials. Do let us know if you are uncomfortable with it.