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HWAJODO Exhibition

August 26 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Included with admission or membership

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
August 26
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 6
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 5
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 4
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 3
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 2
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 1
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 31
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 30
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 29
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 28
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 27
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 7
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 25
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 24
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 23
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 22
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 21
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 20
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 19
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 18
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 17
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 16
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
August 15
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 18
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 29
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 28
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 27
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 26
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 25
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 24
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 23
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 22
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 21
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 20
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
September 19
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

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Date:
August 14
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 17
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 16
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 15
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 14
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 13
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 12
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 11
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 10
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 9
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
September 8
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
July 10
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
July 21
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
July 20
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″

Details

Date:
July 19
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Included with admission or membership
Event Category:

Drawing from centuries-old traditions, HWAJODO: Flowers and Birds in Korean American Art explores the enduring themes of nature, particularly flowers and birds, that have been a focal point in Korean art.

This exhibition uniquely combines traditional representations of flowers and birds with contemporary artists’ abstract and stylized interpretations, reflecting a bridge between the past and present, tradition and innovation.

HWAJODO is presented with community partner The Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles and generously funded by the Pasadena Art Alliance. Additionally, programs are sustained by an endowment from Heather and Paul Haaga.

HWAJODO is open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery from June 28-September 29, 10am–4pm daily. Entry to the Gallery is included in the price of admission or membership.

Artwork: Dave Young Kim, BBuri (Roots), 2023, latex on wood panel, 16″x20″