January 31, 2014
by Sang-Jae Nam
August 12, 7:30pm. Admission by donation.
Theatre (Room 301) Emily Carr University of Art & Design
1399 Johnston Street, Granville Island, Vancouver V6H 3R9
(Volunteers will guide you to the theatre.)
150 seats available. Members of CSAA have priority seating.
Download the information brochure.
Umbrellas made of hanji paper.
Image courtesy of Sang-Jae Nam
The lecture event will be the first opportunity for Vancouver students, artists and the general public to learn about both the traditional and contemporary craft of Korean papermaking by a renowned, published Korean artist.
In collaboration with the Crafts Council of British Columbia (CCBC), CSAA presents a lecture on Korean hanji papermaking in conjunction of the exhibition “Fibre, Naturally – Paper Like You Have Never Seen It Before” (August 11-16) at the Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University. The exhibition features objects and garments made of Korean hanji paper by both B.C. and Korean artists.
Hanji samples will be available for audience to take home and make DIY Joomchi crafts.
Other Related Events:
August 11-16 Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University
Exhibition: Fibre, Naturally – Paper Like You Have Never Seen It Before
Gallery hours: Tuesday to Friday 8am to 6pm; Saturday 9am – 6pm and Sunday, 9am – 5pm
Tuesday August 11 – CCBC Fundraising Gala
For tickets, please visit www.ccbc.net
Thursday August 13 – Fashion Show
7:30pm, tickets are $20 and will be available after June 1 through Bonnie Adie; email@example.com or 604-988-3240
There will also be demonstrations by the visiting Korean artists and others, and an opportunity to buy some of the wonderful hanji papers at a place and time to be determined.
August 8 – 17
The 9th Sang-Jae Nam Contemporay Textile Arts & Hanji Exhibition
Opening Reception: Saturday , August 8, 6-8 pm
Studio Art Gallery, Capilano University
2055 Purcell Way,North Vancouver ,BC, V7J 3H5
Gallery Hour: Monday-Friday 9;00am-4:00pm
Location: Upper floor of the Studio Art building