Powerhouse late: five hundred arhats and Lunar New Year 2022

03 February 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Powerhouse Museum | cost: Free | address: 500 Harris Street, Ultimo NSW 2007

published: 15 Jan 2022

To mark Lunar New Year, Year of the Tiger, the Powerhouse Museum will partner with City of Sydney and Korean Cultural Centre to host an after-hours celebration.

A selection of dance, music, and culinary delights that honour Korean culture will accompany an exploration of the Museum and Five Hundred Arhats of Changnyeongsa Temple.

MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCE

  • K-Pop performance by IMI Dance Studio

WORKSHOP

  • Kimchi making with Heather Jeong

  • Bokjumeoni fortune pouches making with artist Taerim Claire Jeon

  • Lantern Making with Jongpobpsa Temple

ROVING FASHION SHOWCASE

  • Contemporary Hanbok by MiranDay Designs

TOUR + TALK

  • Min-Jung Kim, curator Five Hundred Arhats will lead a tour of Five Hundred Arhats.

  • Miranda Day, Hanbok Designer, provides context to her designs and speaks about how raising awareness of traditional clothing generates new interest in Korean culture and textiles.

PERFORMANCE

  • K-Pop performance by IMI Dance Studio

Powerhouse late: five hundred arhats and Lunar New Year 2022

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when: 03 February 2022
start time/end time: Thursday 3 February from 5pm to 9pm
venue: Powerhouse Museum
city/suburb: ultimo-nsw-australia

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Summary: Powerhouse late: five hundred arhats and Lunar New Year 2022

03 February 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Powerhouse Museum | cost: Free | address: 500 Harris Street, Ultimo NSW 2007

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Powerhouse late: five hundred arhats and Lunar New Year 2022 | 03 Feb 2022 - 03 Feb 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Powerhouse Museum | cost: Free To mark Lunar New Year, Year of the Tiger, the Powerhouse Museum will partner with City of Sydney and Korean Cultural Centre to host an after-hours celebration.A selection of dance, music, and culinary delights that honour Korean culture will accompany an exploration of the Museum and Five Hundred Arhats of Changnyeongsa Temple.MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCEK-Pop performance by IMI Dance StudioWORKSHOPKimchi making with Heather JeongBokjumeoni fortune pouches making with artist Taerim Claire JeonLantern Making with Jongpobpsa TempleROVING FASHION SHOWCASEContemporary Hanbok by MiranDay DesignsTOUR + TALKMin-Jung Kim, curator Five Hundred Arhats will lead a tour of Five Hundred Arhats.Miranda Day, Hanbok Designer, provides context to her designs and speaks about how raising awareness of traditional clothing generates new interest in Korean culture and textiles.PERFORMANCEK-Pop performance by IMI Dance Studio

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To mark Lunar New Year, Year of the Tiger, the Powerhouse Museum will partner with City of Sydney and Korean Cultural Centre to host an after-hours celebration.

A selection of dance, music, and culinary delights that honour Korean culture will accompany an exploration of the Museum and Five Hundred Arhats of Changnyeongsa Temple.

MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCE

  • K-Pop performance by IMI Dance Studio

WORKSHOP

  • Kimchi making with Heather Jeong

  • Bokjumeoni fortune pouches making with artist Taerim Claire Jeon

  • Lantern Making with Jongpobpsa Temple

ROVING FASHION SHOWCASE

  • Contemporary Hanbok by MiranDay Designs

TOUR + TALK

  • Min-Jung Kim, curator Five Hundred Arhats will lead a tour of Five Hundred Arhats.

  • Miranda Day, Hanbok Designer, provides context to her designs and speaks about how raising awareness of traditional clothing generates new interest in Korean culture and textiles.

PERFORMANCE

  • K-Pop performance by IMI Dance Studio