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Seattle, Washington 98104

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Korean American Historical Society teams up with United Seattle and Bellevue Korean School to present "Where's Gangnam?" at the 23rd Annual Shoreline Arts Festival, June 29-30. The room will feature Arts and Crafts workshops, as well as displays of folk paintings, masks, and information about Korea and Korean American history. Afterwards, try some Korean desserts! We have locally made fresh rice cakes (ddeok) with sweet rice (shikhoe) and cinamon (sujeonghwa) beverages. Arts and CraftsOn Saturda [...]

Korean American Historical Society presents Explore Korea! at the Shoreline Arts Festival, June 23-24. The room will feature displays of pottery, ceremonial clothing, folk paintings, and a Korean American history timeline. There will be arts and crafts workshops on Korean paper folding by Korean-American Art & Cultural Association of Pacific Northwest, totem poles (jangseung), and hacky sacks (jaegi). Visitors can watch traditional ink painting, have their names written during the calligraph [...]

Korean American Historical Society, in conjunction with Green Shoots and Zenith Diversity received a grant to organize a Korean Cultural Room during the Shoreline Arts Festival, June 25-26. The room will feature Korean clothing, food, information about Shoreline's Korean American community, and activities. In addition to music performances and a nongak workshop, there will be a jangseung workshop, folk tales, and mask making for children.

Korean American Historical Society presents Dr. Seung-Hee Jeon"War Memories and Memory War:Wanso Pak’s Half-century Quest for Truth of the Korean War" Thursday, May 7, 2009 5:30 pm Free to the PublicWing Luke Asian Museum719 South King Street, Seattle, WA 98104 Museum Hours:Tue. - Sun., 10am - 5pm (regular admission); 1st Thur. / 3rd Sat. 10am - 8pm (free admission) Since the cease-fire in 1953, authorities in Korea have been continuously imposing a specific kind of memory of the Korean War – on [...]

Korean American Historical Society presents The Centennial of Korean Immigration to America An exhibit of seventy-six select photosfrom collections in Hawai'i and the Pacific Northwest. May 27 - June 20, 2003 Alvord Board RoomSeattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park1400 E. Prospect St., Seattle WA 98112 Museum Hours:Wed. - Sun., 10am - 5pm; Thurs. 10am - 9pm Suggested admission $3 for adults Koreans in the U.S. Encounters between Koreans and Americans began as early as 1866 when an American sh [...]

As part of their symposia series on Korean American Heritage and Cultural Identity, Northwest Folklife Festival proudly presents: Elaine Kim,Professor of Asian American Studies, UC Berkeley In the Aftermath: Surviving the War in Korean American Literature and Visual Art Thursday, February 22, 20017 PMShoreline Community Center(18560 First Ave. N.E., Shoreline, Washington)Free to the public Dr. Kim is Professor of Asian American Studies and Chair of the Comparative Ethnic Studies Department at th [...]