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When: April 27, 2019 @ 10:00 am – April 28, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
Where: Shards of Glass Studio, 3809 Otter Point Rd, Sooke, BC V9Z 0K1, Canada

Chi Fusion – Ancient Food & Glass Workshop Susan Isaac of ShardsGlass & Tom Kral of Nature’s Chef have collaborated to facilitate the ‘Chi Fusion’ of two ancient arts, a two day workshop of glass[…]

When:
April 27, 2019 @ 10:00 am – April 28, 2019 @ 4:00 pm
2019-04-27T10:00:00-07:00
2019-04-28T16:00:00-07:00
Where:
Shards of Glass Studio
3809 Otter Point Rd
Sooke, BC V9Z 0K1
Canada
Cost:
$250
Contact:
Susan - Shards of Glass Studio
250.642.4942

Chi Fusion – Ancient Food & Glass Workshop
Susan Isaac of ShardsGlass & Tom Kral of Nature’s Chef have collaborated to facilitate the ‘Chi Fusion’ of two ancient arts, a two day workshop of glass art creation and fine dining with fire-pit cooking. Experience the creative freedom of fusible glass as you make a unique plate.

Chef Tom Kral shares his knowledge of wild foods from the Cascadia region and fire-pit cooking. You will dining on Nature’s Chef Sanctuary which is near Ella beach. A long table setup in indoor space with heated wood stove. You’ll be able to view your meal prepared as the chef demonstrates ancient culinary arts. Hear the story of your food, connect with the source. Menu to be pescatarian which will be posted closer to the date. If there are any food questions or dietary requests please message the chef, he is able to adapt to preferences.

Learn ancient culinary arts and ancient glass fusion, be nourished by nature. Put your Chi into your arts!
This intimate workshop is offered at the Shards of Glass studio of Susan and Marn’s Otter Point property and Nature’s Chef private estates in Sooke BC.

Saturday April 27, 10 am – 1pm Glass Fusion, make your fused glass plate or tray.
Sunday April 28, 12 pm -4 pm Ancient Culinary Arts, 3 course lunch

Limited space, max 8 participants $250 for all materials and delicious food. Crafted fermented beverage and wild tea served.
After 18 hours in the kiln Saturday, you will receive your glass plate Sunday, but not before YOUR creation plays a role in the first course of lunch. Experience a very personal touch to the fusion of ancient cooking and glass making.

To register; Send e-transfer to susan@shardsglass.com
Please feel free to contact your hosts with any questions or chef Tom for any dietary restrictions.

Susan 250.642.4942 susan@shardsglass.com
Tom 250.580.0010 tom@natureschef.ca

To find out more about what we offer take a look at some of our videos from previous workshops, so much fun! YouTube.com

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About your hosts;

Tom Kral, Nature’s Chef
Over 20 years of professional cooking experience and a bloodline of cooks has evolved Tom Kral into Nature’s Chef. From a child growing up in a European deli and spending time at the family cottage, camping and foraging played a important role of his life that developed a deep connection with nature. Following his passion for cooking it led him down a path of being trained by some of the worlds best chefs, then to owner of a renowned restaurant and catering business in Toronto, ON. After a chef burn out and a awakening he finally came to settle in supernatural BC because of the irresistible call for the wild. His passion for putting medicine back into our food quickly grew into a whole new genre of dining experience, which he delivers to others through edutainment.

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Susan Isaac, Shards Glass Studio
Susan has over 20 years’ experience as a fused glass artist and instructor. She offers people a chance to explore their creativity using a 5000 year old art form. Susan set aside her childhood passion for art while pursuing a post-secondary teaching career. Decades later her creative soul longed to burn more brightly. After experiencing abject terror and championing the inner voice, “What if I’m not artistic?”, Susan began years of instruction by talented glass art teachers, honing her skills, testing her limits by entering challenging juried art shows.
Susan now combines her teaching and artistic talents with a deep understanding of what it feels like to be afraid to express creativity. Her workshops are imaginative, skillfully planned, relaxing and fun.
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