a creative and sensory tea experience with Cher Kaufmann
Learn how tea and creativity support each other in this experiential workshop.
About this Event
Taste and discuss different teas, and find out how they affect our creativity with a coloring workshop.
Creativity and experiencing tea both involve being inquisitive, allowing an inner unfolding as well as stepping into sensory perception. Join Cher Kaufmann, designer, author, artist, and tea enthusiast as she shares how both worlds of tea and creativity partner and support each other. This is not an ordinary tea experience as we'll be exploring a fun approach to tasting different teas guided by inspired connections while enjoying and opening the creative mind.
Three different teas will be served and you will be guided to explore Cher's synesthetic approach to bridging tea and creativity. Participation is encouraged! There will be a short presentation and plenty of time to play with tea, imagination and color.
Be CURIOUS, bring an open mind, your creative self and maybe a buddy.
Registration required. See below.
About the Instructor
Cher Kaufmann, surface designer, author, artist, illustrator, instructor, inspirational presenter, former massage therapist, certified aromatherapist, and tea enthusiast. She has an eclectic background including Chinese Face Reading, studies in Five Element Theory, Ayurveda and is synesthetic. Her greatest interest lies within the patterns of nature, people, places, and things and she is always learning.
Location: Richardson Library (brand new location!)
2360 Campbell Creek Blvd
Richardson, TX 75082
Date: Saturday, March 2, 2024
Time: 10:30 am - noon
Registration: Free event for adults and teens. Call 972-744-4376 to sign up starting Saturday, February 17. Held in the Library Millwood Creek Room.
To see the Richardson's Libary Calendar page, click here.
NOTE: This is a very popular event and often has a waitlist! Limited seating. Please be sure you can attend when you register! It would be a shame if someone really wanted to be there and there was an open seat left due to a no show!