Trauma Art Class - Art of Kintsugi

Art of Kintsugi is a beautiful, superb metaphor for trauma where we reflect and reframe that brokenness in ourselves and in the people we serve.


Thu, April 25, 2024

6:30 PM EDT


Hope Inspire Love HQ

1380 Harrisburg Pike

Lancaster, PA 17601



Kintsugi, the golden repair. It is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with lacquer mixed with powdered gold. The Kintsugi treats the breakage and repair as part of the history of an object rather than something to disguise. Discover the beauty of Kintsugi – the Japanese art of golden repair. Like broken pottery, life can leave us chipped and shattered. Instead of hiding the cracks, we embrace them with lacquer mixed with powdered gold. By mending it with gold and letting the brokenness show, it gets highlighted when infused with precious metals. Our scars become part of our story, and though they may remain after trauma, we believe you can shine through them with resilience. Trauma can break us, but we can be lovingly pieced back together. This trauma art class is one that we offer survivors of trafficking through our Hope Mentorship Program. Still, the process behind the Kintsugi is relevant and valuable for anyone who has encountered any kind of trauma in their life. We hope you join us at this trauma art class. The cost is $45.00, including the class, art project, and supplies. ART CLASS INSTRUCTED BY SARAH RACINE, HOPE TRAUMA ART TEACHER

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Art Class Access

$45.00 (1 Attendee)

This ticket includes 2 hours of the Art of Kintsugi trauma art class and art project.

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