Today students showed their final work. Congratulations to all participants for the beautiful and special work you all have created.
Thanks and congratulations to Bo Kyung Lee for her performance at the Queens Museum.
The workshop aims to learn the method of breathing and making body movements of Korean folk dance with drawings of Korean folk painting. The participants can make wonderful pieces by themselves through Korean folk dance skill that they practiced with … Continue reading Korean Dance Workshop Video
The workshop aims to learn the method of breathing and making body movements of Korean folk dance with drawings of Korean folk painting. The participants can make wonderful pieces by themselves through Korean folk dance skill that they practiced with … Continue reading Korean Folk Art: Dance workshop
Today class participants focused on their own compositions. They applied the first layer of painting in order to create volume and shade. New colors were mix.
Today class students worked on applying layers of colors in order to create gradients and shade effects. They were working on three basic designs, a flower, a cat and a leave. They also saw how to mix the watercolors to … Continue reading Korean Folk Arts Class
Today our students presented their final projects. Below is a list of the videos online. Great job, everyone! Olivia Hsieh, Community Garden Jillian Hsieh, Life after retirement Diana Chen, Mengjia Historical Temples George Chen, Great Mengjia Worship Festival 2 Fiona … Continue reading Advanced Digital Storytelling Final Projects
Using wevideo students worked on their own stories, editing pictures, working on the timeline and adding their narration and sound elements to their project. They have been working hard before the final presentation and graduation.
Participants started learning about patterns, conventions and symbols involved in the making of mandalas. They practice making their designs. After moving from the Queens Library to the Queens Museum, in this class they worked colaborativly making a mandala using the tools … Continue reading Sand Mandala Class: The Process
Artist Rabkar Wangchuk proposed a public class for people in Nepal. Participants were able to spend some time learning about this art and bringing their intentions to people in Nepal affected by the earthquake . Thanks to all participants.