Art and the Senses with the High School Docent Program of the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Korea
(Seoul)—Last Saturday, a group of high school students from the docent program of the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Korea made their way over to the Changdong Art Studio for a talk and workshop with me and fellow artist-in-residence, Karolina Bregula.
After I made the students go on a scavenger hunt in my studio, we had homemade kimbap and tteokbokki for lunch. Then, I facilitated short workshops on drawing what they see in clouds, assigning colors to memories, and a blind smell test to dig through their memories.
For the color workshop, I thought the work of this student who matched color with pop culture was spot on:
I also loved this color palette of memories by another student:
Oh, and some used The Hug Vest as well.
All in all, a lovely and inspiring day with such intelligent women, who will soon be off to university.
With thanks to Ms. Sung-hee Cho of the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, and the staff of the National Art Studio of Korea, Changdong. Also huge thanks to Ashlee Seo Hyung Lee, who translated for me during the day.
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