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February 2018
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February 2018
EVENTS DISPLAYED: 
Thursday, 1st
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Friday, 2nd
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Saturday, 3rd
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Sunday, 4th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Monday, 5th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Tuesday, 6th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Wednesday, 7th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Thursday, 8th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Friday, 9th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Saturday, 10th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Sunday, 11th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Monday, 12th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Tuesday, 13th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Wednesday, 14th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Thursday, 15th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Friday, 16th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Saturday, 17th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
5:30PM-9:30PM
Asian Community Events
Lunar New Year Dinner & Auction
Come celebrate the Year of the Dog with us at the Mellwood Art Center.
Sunday, 18th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Monday, 19th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Tuesday, 20th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Wednesday, 21st
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Thursday, 22nd
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Friday, 23rd
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Saturday, 24th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Sunday, 25th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Monday, 26th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Tuesday, 27th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
Wednesday, 28th
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Rivers" Exhibition
Visit the second floor of Crane House for an exhibition that compares three of the world's major rivers: Ganges, Yangtze, and Ohio. Learn about the importance of these rivers and how they influenced the history and culture of their respective countries.
9:00AM-9:00AM
Exhibitions
"Memories" by Moonhe Baik
Visit our first floor galleries and see examples of the use of hanji as an artistic medium. This experimental series of work was created entirely with Korean handmade papers called hanji and incorporates reflections of both the artist’s birthplace, Seoul, South Korea, and her current home, Louisville, KY.
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