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Art Lab
2020-11-21
Handbuilt Ceramic Sake Set Workshop

• Learn the traditional Eastern culture of choosing the right ware for the right food or drink to show your respect for nature
• Hand build your own set of sake wares and appreciate the beauty of wabi-sabi
• Course outline: Shaping & Decoration, Glazing
• Perfect for beginners with all the materials and tools provided

Art
For Kids
Family Course
Date
2020-11-21
Time
14:00 - 17:00
Age
18 - 0 Years Old
Price
Guest
880
KLUB 11 Registered Member / Pre-Member
880
KLUB 11 Gold Card Member
800 /
440 K Dollar
K11 Artist KLUB Paid Member
800 /
440 K Dollar
KLUB 11 Black Card Member
800
More Details
$
HKD $880
/ Person
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Useless Studio

Useless Studio appreciates the art of craft and the concept of slow life. It is a way to escape from the busy daily life to truly enjoy the moment of crafting.

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