Crowdfunding Campaign; Japanese Craft Revival after Earthquake
On January 1st of the new year 2024, a large earthquake occurred mainly in the Noto Peninsula. Wajima City, the production center of Wajima Lacquerware that we know so well, also suffered great damage. Ms. Rabea Gebler, who is now in Yamanaka Lacquerware Industrial Technology Center & Wood Turning Technical Training Institute, took the initiative and started a crowdfunding campaign in hopes of helping the local lacquerware industry.
Kintsugi Workshop (private lesson)
Learn how to repair ceramics using Asian lacquer Urushi, which consists of a total of 5 sessions. Please bring your broken ceramic to apply Kintsugi.
Location: At my atelier in Evergem
When: Once a week, Saturday or Sunday
Time: 2 hours in the morning or afternoon
Fee: €500 (5 sessions, including lacquer materials)
Tools: You are welcome to use my tools, but I recommend that you own them.
This course is for a private person, but up to two people can participate at the same time.
The Sustainable Development Goals, proclaimed by the UN, are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. My activities are in accordance with "Responsible Production and Consumption" and have been recognized as such by our local community.
Source: Evergem community monthly magazine BURGGRAVE