Project Paj Ntaub
Project Paj Ntaub is a monthly 3-hour workshop where you will learn one of the two traditional paj ntaub stitches: cross-stitch and applique. You will receive a 30-minute presentation from Suzanne Thao, then work on your project and receive one-on-one support and feedback.
Unforgotten: An intergenerational project with Hmong Veterans
Unforgotten, is a project led by Hmong Museum and Filmmaker Hlee Lee, with the collaboration of Special Guerrilla Unit (SGU), is bringing together the young and our Hmong Special Guerrilla Unit Veterans to capture and document their untold stories.
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Inspiring, motivating, insightful, awesome and nostalgic are just a few words used by the participants of the first showing of Unforgotten, a project hosted by Hmong Museum in partnership with Veterans of the Special Guerrilla Unit. This project seeked to help give the tools of video making to participants in order to help document untold stories of the Hmong Veterans of the secret war.
A MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS
The Hmong Museum in Saint Paul, Minnesota is the first and only Hmong Museum in the nation. As a new start-up, we are currently without walls and instead partner with local cultural organizations to bring engaging inter-generational programs to the community. The Hmong Museum exists to recognize and acknowledge the intersections of all things Hmong. This includes the documenting of arts, history, folk tales, personal and family histories, traditional knowledge, current issues, and many more.
WHO ARE THE HMONG?
The Hmong are an ethnic group from Southeast Asia, some of whom ended up in Minnesota as refugees after 1975 when the Vietnam War ended. The Hmong were allies of the Americans in Laos and fought in a “secret war.” When the war ended many Hmong soldiers and civilians were relocated to the United States and other allied countries.