Minhwa (민화 / 民畵), literally translated as 'People's Painting', is a form of Korean Folk Art that emerged during the Joseon Era (1392-1910) and was produced predominantly by anonymous craftsmen and ordinary people. Minhwa paintings depicted folk legends, as well as scenes of daily life and meaningful symbols of happiness, longevity, and wealth. During this workshop, participants will learn about Korean Art History and Minhwa techniques to create their own traditional Minhwa artwork. Participants will choose a template from one of the varied genres of Minhwa and create their work on Hanji (Korean paper) using Korean pigment paints.
The workshop will be taught by Vanessa Lim, an Artist-Educator with over 5 years of teaching experience. Vanessa has exhibited across Asia and the UK, and was recently selected as an Artist in Residence with Tsukuba University’s CAIR Programme.
Location: The Art Space, Cass Art Kingston
Dates & times:
- 14th January 2024 - 3pm - 5:30pm
- 11th February 2024 - 11:30am - 2pm
- 10th March 2024 - 3pm - 5:30pm
Materials provided: Materials will be provided but additional materials can also be purchased at Cass Art Kingston
Please note, these workshops take place in the first floor and there is no step-free accessBOOK NOW