Photo credit: Culture Station Seoul 284
Culture Station Seoul 284, a multidisciplinary cultural facility that used to be the old building of Seoul Station, is currently holding a craftworks exhibition until March 9, 2014. The Ongi (warmth) exhibition gives a glimpse into the past, present and future of Korea’s potters and craftsmen.
As the venue’s first special exhibit of 2014, “Craftworks Festival 2014: Ongi” brings together around 100 artists showcasing nearly 360 works including handicrafts, paintings, videos, installation art, design and architecture. Items on display include bisque-fired chatsabal (tea bowls), metal crafts, sculptures, and other beautiful and useful crafts completed by the warm hands of these artists.
Anyone visiting Culture Station Seoul 284 can see these works of art for free. For some hands-on programs and activities, a nominal fee may apply.
Courtesy of Culture Station Seoul 284