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Gotamago Studio Workshops & Events

We host workshops and special events from time to time in our Flagship Studio-Shop. To stay in the loop, please sign up for our mailing list!

If you'd like to inquire about renting our space for a workshop or event, please contact us.


Saturday, Feb 3, 2018, 1-3:30pm: Planning on Paper Workshop with Toronto's First Post Office

Planning on Paper Workshop

Please join us for an afternoon of learning and inspiration with bullet journaling and planning on paper, led by Kat Akerfeldt from Toronto’s First Post Office. Please see our blog post for more details!


Saturday, May 27, 2017, 2-4pm: Book launch, Chester Gets a Pet!

Chester Gets a Pet Book Launch

We are excited to be hosting the Toronto launch of CHESTER GETS A PET!, a new children's picture book based on the whimsical furniture designs of Judson Beaumont, and co-authored by Joanna Karaplis. Come join us on Saturday May 27th from 2-4pm for an afternoon of book signings, readings, giveaways and nibbles!

RSVP via Facebook here.


Saturday, January 21, 2017, 2-3pm: Terrarium Workshop with Mikafleur 

Participants will make and take home two beautiful completed terrariums: one medium glass globe succulent terrarium, and one small glass globe air plant terrarium. Student will be able to choose his or her own decorative elements, so that each finished terrarium will be unique.



Date: Saturday, January 21, 2017

Time: 2-3pm

Fee: $75 plus HST (includes all materials) 

Maximum class size: 10 participants

To sign up, please e-mail Mika directly at


About the instructor:

 Mika Sato of Mikafleur

Mika's hometown of Hiroshima, Japan is the original source of inspiration for her work. Back there, surrounded by the lush natural setting, Mika studied ikebana, the ancient Japanese art of flower arrangement that dates back to the seventh century. In 2010, she also decided to pursue her interest in pottery, and now Mikafleur is a winning combo of delicately hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery, and stunning floral elements.

Mika's inspiration from nature comes through in her careful selection of plants, sourced from both local farmers and her personal garden. Furthermore, Mika goes above and beyond by foraging for natural materials on her own, so that the rocks, moss, lichens and other dried elements that go into her creations are completely unique. 

You can see more of Mika's creations on her website.