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November 15, 2018: Korean Culture Night
Third Thursday: Korean Culture Night
Posted on 11/08/2018

Culture-Filled Event at the Karshner Center: Korean Culture Night 

On November 15, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm the Karshner Museum and Center for Culture & Arts will partner with the Asia Pacific Cultural Center to explore and experience an evening of Korean Culture. Visitors to the museum for this Third Thursday event will be able to participate in a variety of crafts and projects, be treated to a Korean travel film, Korean music, and see an art show from the Korean American Artist Association of Washington State. There will be artifacts from Korea on display, traditional women’s dresses, and a Korean calligraphy artist to write your name in Korean. Dress up in beautiful Hanboks have your photo taken as a souvenir!  See the flyer.  More wonderful possibilities for families to enjoy at the Korean Culture Day:

  •  Collage
  • Korean Paper Folding (Jae Wook Min)
  • Korean Lotus Lantern (Myo Hee Hall)
  • Hanbok Dress-up & Photos (Ala Talo, Manee K.)
  • Korean Calligraphy (Myung Sweet)
  • Face Painting
  • Gyubang Craft Art (Susan Kim)
  • Korean Food
  • Travel Korea Film
  • Artifacts of Korea (Susan Kim)
  • Artist Reception

This Third Thursday event is held in conjunction with the Legacy Washington Exhibit Korea 65: The Forgotten War Remembered that is at the Karshner Center until mid-January. Each year the Secretary of State’s office creates an exhibit based on an aspect of Washington State History and features stories of people and events that are important to the State. Legacy Washington uses sources from the Washington State Library, Washington State Archives and heritage organizations to document “extraordinary stories” in Washington history. This exhibit tells stories about the Korean War from many lenses. One story featured in this exhibit is that of Patsy Suhr O’Connell, the founder of the Asia Pacific Cultural Center in Tacoma.

Please join us for this free-family event.