Korean Cultural Service NY will proudly present courses on the Korean arts Traditional Korean Paper Art (Hanji). These courses are designed for those who are interested in the Korean arts and culture as well as for people who would like to explore and broaden their aesthetic visions and experiences. The courses are intended to help people understand the Korean arts and culture and to enrich their lives through an aesthetic experience in Korean Art.

Intermediate-Level Hanji: The Traditional Korean Paper Art Korean paper, known as Hanji, has been intimately related to the lives of Koreans for over a thousand years. Traditional Korean paper crafts possess a unique and ethereal beauty that is apparent in a wide variety of items including lanterns, fans, baskets, and even cloths. In class, you will discover the world of Hanji; learn about the birth of Hanji, how it is made and the role it plays in the lives of Korean people. You will also acquire the fundamental skills needed to create your own paper works and engage with these traditional works of art. In addition, you will explore related aspects of Korean culture from ancient times to today. With your experiences, you will be able to bring added beauty into your life; you will be amazed at the infinite possibilities of Hanji.

Instructor: Jong S. Kim
Fee (Material): $100
Schedule: 6 sessions on every Thursday
(September 2~October 7, 6:30~8:30pm)
Location: 460 Park Avenue, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10022

Registration is processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Enrollment is very limited. Please fill out the registration form below and mail it with your registration fee of check payable to: Korean Cultural Service New York.
Once registered, you will receive a confirmation notice via email or phone.

Mail to:

Art Education Department, Korean Cultural Service New York
460 Park Avenue, 6th Fl., New York, NY 10022

All cancellations must be made at least 3 days before your workshop is scheduled to begin to be eligible for a refund.

For more information, please contact Jean Jo at jjo@koreanculture.org or (212) 756-8010