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11/27/2013 Email this articlePrint this article 
Hmong Cultural Center and Hmong Archives Open Hmong Embroidery Community Exhibit

Hmong Cultural Center

Reverse Applique by Mai Thao 1990
November 20, 2013

Hmong Cultural Center in partnership with the Hmong Archives has launched a Hmong Embroidery community exhibit at the center's offices at 995 University Avenue, Suite 214 in Saint Paul. Featuring more than 100 artworks exhibited on the HmongEmbroidery.org virtual museum, this community exhibit will give voice to the experiences and artistic expressions of Hmong artists as manifested in both traditional and modern dimensions of the Hmong folk art form of embroidery. The HmongEmbroidery.org community exhibit includes displays and narrative descriptions of numerous types of traditional and modern Hmong embroidered artwork including but not limited to Embroidery; Appliqué; Reverse Appliqué; Batik; Hmong Attire; Hmong-inspired Designs and Crafts and Ornaments. Artworks featured in the exhibit come from Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, China and the United States. Items were selected from the more than 200 pieces featured on the HmongEmbroidery.org website which were themselves chosen from the more than 3,000 combined items of embroidery artworks included in the Hmong Cultural Center and Hmong Archives collections in Saint Paul, MN. The exhibit is accompanied by a glossy, color program featuring each artwork included in the exhibit. This program is available at the Hmong Cultural Center and the Hmong Archives' offices. The Hmong Cultural Center and the Hmong Archives are very grateful to the City of Saint Paul's Cultural Star Program and the Travelers Arts and Diversity Committee for this important funding support. The broader HmongEmbroidery.org virtual museum project has also been supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

About Hmong Cultural Center

Founded in 1992, Hmong Cultural Center's mission is to promote the personal development of children, youth, and adults through Hmong cultural education while providing resources that enhance cross-cultural awareness and understanding between Hmong and non-Hmong persons. In early 2012, HCC earned "Meets Standards" Status from the Charities Review Council. The center's website is at www.hmongcc.org/. The community is very welcome to visit HCC, enroll in our programs and use our Hmong Resource Center Library (www.hmonglibrary.org). To learn more about programs at Hmong Cultural Center call 651-917-9937 or stop by the center at 995 University Avenue, Suite 214 in Saint Paul.


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