Sunday, 11 March 2007

Pojagi and beyond– a shared inheritance

An initiative of The Australian Forum for Textile Arts, this exhibition evolved from a master class in 2002 by Korean textile artist, Chunghie Lee, for Australian textile artists. Lee shared the processes and ethos of the making of the Chogakpo pojagi, traditional patchwork Korean wrapping cloths. Presenting works by Lee and her students, Pojagi and beyond translates a Korean tradition into a contemporary Australian context.

Goulburn Regional Art Gallery until Saturday, 17 March.
Bourke Street, Goulburn (cnr Church St)
Hours: 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 1 to 4 pm Saturdays
(or by appointment - phone (02) 4823 4443)
Free entry

Contributors include: Rosalie Duffield, Jenny Evelyn, Pamela Fitzsimons, Cherry Johnston, Chungie Lee, Wendy Lugg, Janine Matthews, Judy McDermott, Wendy Muir, Barbara Mullan, Marli Popple, Barbara Rogers, Elizabeth Rose, Julie Ryder, Carolyn Sullivan, Beverley Thomas, and Sarah Tucker

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