A “Feast of K-Chopsticks” is coming to Sydney Craft Week from South Korea

The Korean Cultural Centre Australia is set to serve up a ‘Feast of K-Chopsticks’ at this year’s Sydney Craft Week.

‘Feast of K-Chopsticks’ explores various designs of chopsticks from Korea. From relics, to artefacts and handicrafts, the exhibition also showcases the culture and artistry of chopsticks with a focus on local craftmanship.

Cheongju City artist LEE Joung-kuk will open the night with a demonstration of making chopsticks. Traditional percussion team Solwot will also be performing on the night.

The event will be held at the Korean Cultural Centre Australia Gallery (Ground Fl, 255 Elizabeth St. Sydney) From October 10th to November 9th, Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm.  Entry is Free. For more details head HERE.

This exhibition is made possible with the support of Cheongju City, South Korea.

Image: Lee Gyu-nam, Sonata of pebbles, Varnishing with lacquer. Photo: Courtesy Korean Cultural Centre Australia