Ama Chandra presents Kintsugi She has made treasure from my scars A Celebration of Life

Jul10

Ama Chandra presents Kintsugi: She Has Made Treasure From My scars

The Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore MD 212224

On the one year anniversary of surviving a violent attack in her Baltimore home, Ama Chandra shares new songs she composed to help put her broken pieces back together.

3:30 pm doors/ 4:00pm SHOW | $20, &17 mbrs | +$3 at the door | kids under 12 free

Creative Alliance at The Patterson | 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore MD 21224 | info@creativealliance.org | 410/276-1651

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Kintsugi: She has made treasure from my scars. - Ama Chandra

Kintsugi She has made treasure from my scars That which was pierced and cracked and left a broken thing Made whole”

— Ama Chandra

Ama Chandra presents Kintsugi: She has made treasure from my scars. A Vocal Tribute to
the Divine Feminine and Anniversary of Life Celebration. On the one year Anniversary of her violent attack, Ama Chandra musically pays tribute to the DIVINE feminine and shares music from her sophomore project Kintsugi, songs she composed to help put her broken pieces back together again. 

A celebration of the Divine Feminine and the marking of a Communal Life event. The year anniversary after Ama Chandra's life was touched by death and dark and restored to wholeness and light. 

Kintsugi - Defined as "to repair with gold", it is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold, silver, or platinum, a method similar to the maki-e technique. As a philosophy it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise. Bringing highlight to the Experience that has changed to vessel