Taerim Claire Jeon, Jogakbo Tea Coaster, 2022

Sewing and Painting Workshops

Korean Cultural Centre Australia is pleased to offer two workshops for those who love hands-on activities.

Sewing Workshop: Join us to make a reusable and sustainable tea coaster using Korean hand sewing techniques. Jogakbo (Korean traditional patchwork) artist Taerim Claire Jeon will guide how to sew your own tea coaster using Korean fabric.
No bookings required, all skill levels welcome. Simply walk in during our workshop hours

Painting Workshop: Join Sally Soweol Han, children's book author/ illustrator of Tiny Wonders for a painting workshop. In this two-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 are provided. Adults only, bookings essential.

Details: Craft Up Late Tuesday 11 October featuring sewing workshop from 5 – 8pm and painting workshop from 6 – 8pm, see website for workshop booking

koreanculture.org.au

Craft Up Late, Workshop

Family / child friendly, Free event, Painting, Sustainable, Textiles

Taerim Claire Jeon, Tea Coasters. Photo: Courtesy of the Artist

Top Images (l-r): Sally Soweol Han, Birds, 2022. Photo: Korean Cultural Centre. Taerim Claire Jeon, Jogakbo Tea Coaster, 2022. Photo: Korean Cultural Centre.