Center's shows glimpse into Korean everyday life

ART BEAT: Hudgens Center's newest exhibit offers a charming glimpse into Korean everyday life

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Key Facts

  • “We have a large Korean population in Gwinnett County, and our Asian American and Pacific Islander friends have been very important to the Hudgens Center for the Arts,” Kate Driscoll, the Hudgens Center's Public Programs Manager said.
  • The Hudgens has several Korean teachers among the many instructors and classes offered at this prestigious arts center in Duluth.
  • Fortunately, “Hanji: The Works of Mina Duffie” is now on view in the Hudgens’ Fowler and Kistner Galleries through April 16.
  • Although she lives in Alabama, Mina Duffie participated in, and won awards, in several of the Hudgens’ Members Juried Shows, including one ‘Best in Show” award for her Hanji sculptures.

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