Daily Archive: May 7, 2021

Second-generation Korean Americans preserve tradition of Korea’s fan dance in New Jersey

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, New Jersey — At the Woorigarak Korean Cultural Art Center, in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, a group of Second-generation Korean Americans preserves the beauty of Korea’s culture through dance.

Wearing the traditional and brightly colored hanboks, the Korean traditional dress, a group of dancers performs the Buchaechum, a traditional form of Korean dance also called a fan dance.

“The Korean fan dance is very bright, graceful, and one of a kind. It tells a story and describes everything in nature,” said Eunjoo Kang, Director of the Woorigarak Korean Cultural Art Center.

The dance, which features elegant movements,

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Bach, Steamrollers, Barrio Art Crawl And Live Rock

This weekend in the arts: Four events in one at Bread and Salt, Bach Collegium online, a drive-thru steamroller printmaking exhibition, and Carrie Feller and D.WREX at Sycamore Den.

Credit: Katie Ruiz

Above: “Re-Imagine Welcome” by Katie Ruiz is a large-scale print made with a steamroller. It’s on view as part of the “Heavy Duty” outdoor exhibition in parking lot 1 at Mesa College Friday through June 4, 2021.

‘Heavy Duty’: A Steamroller Printmaking Exhibition

Visual Art, Outdoor Art

Mesa College Art Gallery has put together a large-scale printmaking project and outdoor exhibition — with a little help from

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Ideas And Recommendation For Emotionally Making Ready For A Baby

Too low, and the infant’s “background state” settles at a low or presumably depressive emotional baseline. Just right, from the baby’s perspective, is finest. The baby is easily upset when separated from their major caregiver.

For those that like Dr. Karp’s strategies, you possibly can transfer on to The Happiest Toddler on the Block for assist with tantrum-elimination and other toddler woes. Hillary Frank, creator of the parenting podcast The Longest Shortest Time, surveyed 800 mother and father to seek out just these kind of tidbits, and the results are often hilarious. Over half of adults skilled adversity of their … Read More

Things to do: Mental Health Awareness Month, Sterling K. Brown

Pop-up art installations across L.A. are part of “We Rise 2021,” a series of events marking Mental Health Awareness Month. These projects, along with a partially in-person dance festival and a comedy showcase, lead our weekend list of cultural offerings for your viewing consideration. All times are Pacific.

SoCal in-person events

“Art Rise”
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health’s sprawling monthlong festival highlighting the healing power of art continues with “Art Rise,” a series of 21 projects created by local artists in collaboration with local cultural institutions. Spread out over five neighborhoods — downtown L.A., Mid-Wilshire, Koreatown, Leimert

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