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The Legacy and Future of Korean Papermaking

February 8, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Center for Korean Studies

Aimee Lee, an artist, papermaker, writer, and the leading hanji researcher and practitioner in the United States, will lecture on the legacy and future of Korean papermaking. Her presentation will use still and moving images to describe how hanji—Korean paper—is made in Korea and the United States. It will also provide insight into how contemporary artists are using hanji for books, sculpture, jewelry, and artwork. Different uses of hanji across daily life and special occasions will follow a brief history of key points in hanji’s history. Samples of hanji and artwork made from it will accompany the talk.


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Center for Korean Studies, Mānoa Campus

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Merclyn Labuguen, (808) 956-7041, merclyn@hawaii.edu, http://cksnews.manoa.hawaii.edu/wp/

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