“I was at Vukadin-Hoitt’s four-month-old gallery, Silvana Mondo, for a Turkish coffee reading ceremony. Vukadin-Hoitt has been reading the bottoms of cups professionally since 2012, but as she says, “I am a natural intuitive and have been, in some form or another, channeling, reading, or guiding since my teens.” Her mother’s side of the family hails from Bosnia, where there’s a rich cultural tradition tied to drinking coffee. Today, she performs these coffee readings, which can be booked by appointment, at her small Tennyson Street gallery, an eclectic space liberally decorated with collected trinkets and artwork from around the world.”…..

Read more of what @CarsonKohler, writer for @5280 has to say about her experience HERE