Sunday, September 2 from noon – 4 pm: Pojabi (Korean Quilting)
Inspired by the work of Korean fiber artist In Sook Park (whose work will be on exhibit in September), participants will stitch miniature pieces of pojabi. This activity will be offered in a simplified version for younger participants and a more traditional approach for older attendees. Design and create your own textile in the style of traditional Korean quilting, which was used for wrapping important things – like gifts, food and books.
This is an inter-generational activity that requires children and their grown-ups to work together! We prefer that younger participants come from noon – 2 pm and older children from 2 – 4 pm, but all are welcome!