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Wrapped Up—Korean Textile Workshop

Slow Fiber Studios would like to help spread the word about San Francisco Bay area artist Youngmin Lee and her work at LACMA this month and next. SFS recently has produced  an instructional film about Youngmin Lee titled, Bojagi Wrapping Cloths: The Art of Korean Stitching, which you can find online at our SFS Shop!

Youngmin Lee will be leading workshops on Korean textile arts. Participants will have the opportunity to create their very own piece to take home. You can also contribute stitches to the community bojagi–a traditional Korean patch-work textile used for wrapping gifts and other items. Materials provided.

Suggested ages 10 and up. The final bojagi will be displayed in the Boone Children’s Gallery for all to see after the series of workshops.

LACMA, Boone Children’s Gallery 

May 3 & June 7

25 pm
Free and open to the public; reservations required
Note: Space is limited.*

*STANDBY ONLY FOR MAY 3 & JUNE 7: Tickets are no longer available for reservation in advance. However, a standby line will form at 1:45 pm outside the Hammer Building on the day of this event. Guests in the standby line will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis, though unfortunately there is no guarantee of tickets being made available to guests in this line. 

Learn more about the complementary Korean Bojagi Community Project

Youngmin’s website:

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