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March 2017
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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 4, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 7, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 8, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 9, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 10, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 11, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 14, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 15, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 16, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 17, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 18, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 21, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 22, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 23, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 24, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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Korean Embroidery ~ A Master of Tradition

Mar 25, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures, 200 W. Mountain Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521

On display at the Global Village Museum is the elaborate artwork and handicraft of Jungji Doh, “I love embroidery because it is closely integrated with our daily life and culture,” said Doh. “Hundreds of years ago, Korean embroidery involved a labor-intensive process of reeling, dyeing, and weaving silk threads into fabric and designing patterns. It was considered an important skill for Korean ladies. Women often used symbols and patterns that signified luck, success, and well-being for their family.”

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