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.
1. SEWING WORKSHOP
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: email@example.com
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.
2. PAINTING WORKSHOP
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.