I went to SF the other day to see this exhibit.
Wrapping Traditions: Korean Textiles Now
The museum of Craft and Folk Art is in downtown SF and it is a cute place to spend a day with good friends. Last time, I went there with Ann, who always love things Korean. This time I went with Minjee, who is Korean costume historian. Both times we spent quite long time at the museum.
As if I'm a kid who is doing scavenger hunt, checking every single techniques, stitches, patterns and artists' statements!
When I was buying a book, the girl who helped me was inviting us to the hands on workshop on Saturday, September 10th.
' Create your own Bojagi with remnants of fabric' !
How can I miss this fun activity?
Actually Minjee told the girl at the front desk that I am a local Bojagi artist :)
The girl was thrilled to hear that and asked me to come and help the activity.
Instantly, I promised her to come and help out the bojagi making.Now I am so excited and looking forward to it!
After we left the museum, we went to the San Francisco center for lunch and had Tom Yum noodle and Pad Thai. Yum!
On the way back we spotted the famous cream puff place, Beard Papa and of course we got a box of treat.
What a wonderful way to spend a day and feeling city vibes!
Life is good.