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Published on Aug 21, 2012
Exhibit extended through March 31, 2013!
Take a video tour of the new temporary exhibit, "War and Peace: The Art of Shin-hee Chin." This exhibit will be on display in the temporary gallery of the Eisenhower Presidential Museum through January 6, 2013, and is sponsored by the Arts Council of Dickinson County. The "War and Peace" exhibit is an exploration of conflict and peacemaking. Chin employs traditional and contemporary fiber art techniques to create moving examples of war and peace. In addition to recognizing the work of the unsung heroes of wartime, Chin also seeks to acknowledge the trials endured by victims of war. A native of South Korea and Professor of Fine Arts at Tabor College, Chin is recognized as a leader in the world of contemporary fiber arts and feels personally connected with Eisenhower and his impact on the Korean peninsula. Chin recently completed her artist-in-residence at the Red Barn Studio in Lindsborg, Kan.