Korean Cultural Centre AU


As part of the Sydney Craft Week this year, the Korean Cultural Centre Australia is pleased to present two workshops focusing on using hands. Join us for Craft Up Late programs; Sewing/Painting workshop and Korean ceramic exhibition.

You will make a reusable and sustainable tea coaster using Korean hand sewing techniques.
Jogakbo(Korean traditional patchwork) artist Taerim Claire Jeon guides you how to sew your own tea coaster using Korean fabric; Korean ramie and traditional knots. No reservation needed, all skill levels welcome. Simply, walk in during our workshop hours.

  • Tuesday 11 Oct, anytime between 5pm and 8pm
  • Korean Cultural Centre Australia Gallery
  • Free, drop-in
  • ENQUIRY: class_art@koreanculture.org.au

Taerim Claire Jeon is a Sydney based Jogakbo artist who strongly identifies with her Korean heritage. She re-interprets traditional methods and explores new forms of Jogakbo with her dyed and handsewn works.

Join Sally Soweol Han, children’s book author/illustrator of the Tiny Wonders for a painting workshop. In this 2-hour workshop, Sally will teach simple tricks and techniques for capturing the colour and form in a vibrant way for beginners. You will take home your artwork in a frame and all materials will be provided. Adults only and bookings essential.

  • Tuesday 11 Oct, 6pm-8pm(2 hrs)
  • Korean Cultural Centre Australia Library
  • Adults only, limited spots available (10 ppl)
  • Bookings essential, apply HERE (Booked out)
  • ENQUIRY: literature@koreanculture.org.au

Sally Soweol Han is a Korean-Australian artist who is passionate about creating stories and illustrating heart-warming picture books for all ages. She is fascinated with traditional techniques and most of her illustrations are hand drawn and painted. Sally was awarded a gold medal at 3×3 Illustration Awards 2017 and longlisted in World Illustration Awards 2020.

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