Mi-Sook Hur had a very productive summer. Her summer started at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (Deer Isle, ME), as one of 50 selected artists for the school’s Open Studio Residency Program, which is generously underwritten by the Windgate Foundation Endowment for Programs. During her residency, she focused on her new project, “Bird with a Shoe”, which portrays her personal association with memory loss. She will be presenting her project at the national symposium, YUMA Symposium, in 2017.
Lately, one of her crow pins has become part of the Racine Art Museum’s (Racine, WI) permanent collection. The piece was donated by Robert Ebendorf, who retired last semester after 19 years of outstanding contributions to ECU.