Community Day Spring 2019
Saturday, April 27, noon–3 p.m., East Gallery
Papermaker Aimee Lee ’99 collaborates with the AMAM in an afternoon of fun for all ages. During this special Community Day, Lee will teach joomchi methods of texturing and fusing paper.
Lee is the leading maker and researcher of hanji (traditional Korean paper) in North America. She founded the first American hanji studio, located in Cleveland, and authored the book Hanji Unfurled.
Come express your creativity during this family-friendly event. Drop in to participate in an art activity or join a docent tour in the galleries.
The Freeman Foundation has provided generous support for Lee’s residency at the AMAM this spring.