Aimee Lee Performance

Aimee Lee is the leading researcher and maker of hanji -- Korean paper -- in North America and she travels the world to teach, while also teaching locally at Oberlin College, her alma mater, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. She won a 2019 Ohio Arts Council Heritage Fellowship. And once artist Aimee Lee makes the paper, she uses it as a medium for more art.

Here's artist Aimee Lee showing us the art of making hanji.

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