Migration, an Exhibition of Fiber Arts Work, to open at USCB

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A South Korean artist who was educated in Asia and North America and has exhibited on three continents will be honored with an exhibition and reception as part of the visiting artists program at the University of South Carolina Beaufort beginning Jan. 23.

TeaYoun Kim-Kassor specializes in fiber arts work. Her exhibition, “Migration,” will open Jan. 23 and extend through Feb. 21 at the Sea Islands Center Gallery on USCB’s Historic Beaufort Campus. The artist will be honored with a reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on opening night.

The artist will present a lecture and a brief demonstration of her fiber-arts technique for USCB students and faculty Jan. 23 at 1 p.m. in the ceramics studio. For more information about the exhibition or the university’s Studio Art program, contact: Candace Brasseur, USCB public information director, at 843-208-8030 or atbrasse@uscb.edu.

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