Workshop@PAM: Bojagi

Thursday, September 10 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm

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Virtual Event

Join exhibited artist Ahree Lee in an online art workshop inspired by the Bojagi, a traditional Korean quilt-like textile. Lee invites you to use photos of family and friends to piece together to create a Bojagi-inspired photo collage.

Some supplies included. 

RSVP required 

$20 

Important details: 

  • USC Pacific Asia Museum will mail you a supply kit, which will include photo clips and a bojagi template. After registration, you will receive an email requesting your mailing information. 
  • Participants will need the following supplies: at least 16 photos (4" x 6”), scissors or another cutting tool, and a fine-tipped Sharpie-style pen. 
  • Please note that ticket sales will close on August 31st to sure that all participants get their supplies on time. That said, due to shipping limitations, we can only ship supplies within the U.S.A 

About the Artist: 

Ahree Lee is a multi-media artist working in video, interactive media, and textiles. Lee received her B.A. from Yale University in English literature and an M.F.A. in graphic design from Yale School of Art. Her commissions include the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, the 01SJ Biennial, the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, and the Sundance Channel. She has an upcoming residency at Santa Fe Art Institute and is a Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Award nominee.

What is a Bojagi?

The word Bojagi roughly translates as wrapping or covering cloth and is the over-arching name given to this type of stitched textile.

Bojagi have played an important role in traditional Korean culture and have been used to wrap, carry, and store objects as well as for religious rituals and marriages. These functional items were made not as a pastime hobby but were an integral part of daily life.

Event Type

Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Event Highlights

Audience

Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff

Campus

Other Location

Tags

community, employees

Website

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop...

Cost

$20.00

Department
Pacific Asia Museum
Hashtag

#Artworkshop

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