Admission: adults $7; student/military $5; museum members, NARM members,12 & under, always free. Limited ADA access due to historical nature of building
To Sep 3Small Expressions.To Oct 8Bojagi Journey. The bojagi “Journey” refers to a journey that began over 30 years ago with the visionary artist Chunghie Lee, whose teaching, writing and lecturing took bojagi out of Korea and introduced the unique folk tradition throughout the world. Prior to this, bojagi were made exclusively by Korean women and a mundane presence in domestic Korean life. It was only recognized as a unique art form by Korean society in the early 1900s. To Oct 29 Modern Abstraction: a journey in paper + stitch: David Owen Hastings. Modern minimal quilt and textile designs.
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