Brokenness Bowls Workshop
Your brokenness doesn't make you weak.
In fact, I believe your brokenness can be healed to make you stronger, more resilient, and healthier than you were before.
During this two-hour creative workshop, you'll be guided in a hands-on reflective experience that addresses the themes of brokenness, shame, and healing. We'll draw inspiration from the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi which embraces imperfections, cracks, and brokenness, as well as the Japanese art form of kintsugi, which mends what is broken with gold.
This workshop will invite you to embrace the broken things in your life, asking God to put them back together so that they can become strengths rather than deficits. As you reflect, you'll have the opportunity to physically engage this philosophy through art, creating a bowl that can serve as a reminder of who you are and who you're becoming. You'll paint your bowl, break it, and mend it with gold adhesive, creating an unforgettable experience.
Join Us February 19 from 9:30 - 11:30 am at The Perch for this in-person workshop.
This event is open to adults and will be held at The Perch (31 W Downer Pl, Suite 301, Aurora, IL). All materials will be provided. Doors open at 9:15 am.
We'll be using acrylic paint and glue in this workshop, so you may want to wear clothing that you don't mind getting a little messy. Masks are required for all participants, regardless of vaccination status.
About the Presenter
What will we do during this workshop?
Amy Jackson will lead us through the physical practice of painting, breaking, and mending a bowl. She'll weave thoughts on brokenness and healing through the process.
Is this workshop only for women?
No! As always, workshops, retreats, and cohorts offered by The Perch are open to all adults.
What should I bring to the workshop?
No need to bring anything! You may want to wear clothing you don't mind getting a bit messy. Masks must be worn during our workshop regardless of vaccination status.
I have additional questions. How can I contact you?
If you have questions about the workshop, don’t hesitate to reach out! Email Amy at email@example.com