The workshop sponsored by National Intangible Heritage Center is an educational program to develop and promote the craft products by combining traditional technology and contemporary use. In 2016, diverse products reinterpreted various Korean packaging culture are planned and produced under the title of “Courtesy and dignity”. The exhibition was set to stand out use of craft in the scene of Hanok.
Installation, Exhibition, Signage, Poster, Film
「 Gyeok Rye 格. 禮 : Dignity of Object, Coutesy of person 」
The Capacity Enhancement Workshop, organized by the National Institute of Intangible Heritage, is an educational program to study, develop and utilize the future of craft product by combining traditional and contemporary craft skills. Subjects were So-Mok, Ja-Su, Gak-Ja, Dan-Cheong.
The 2016 National Intangible Heritage Center Capacity Enhancement Workshop has organized an exhibition that presents the dignity of Korean packaging culture under the theme of “Courtesy and dignity”
At Yeol Bukjonga Hanok, where decorated by bamboo. Presented the results of the 2016 National Institute of Intangible Heritage's capacity building workshop. This program designed to promote the use of crafts in the landscape of hanok. National intangible cultural assets in various fields such as So-Mok, Ja-soo, Chimseon presented the crafts that show the very valuable dignity and courtesy of Korean packing culture.
Organizer : National Intangible Heritage Center
Place sponsorship by : YÉOL
Artisan : Park Hyungeon, Park Hyungmin, Song Youngdo, Ryu Jinkyung, Yun Jongsook, Ahn Hyeseon, Kwak Keumwon, Kim Daesung