Project Paj Ntaub is a monthly 3-hour workshop where you learn one of the two traditional paj ntaub skills: cross-stitch and applique.
The Hmong Tattoo Crew's page is live on Northern Spark! is gearing up for the June 10th Northern Spark 2017 event. The Team will be interviewing four Hmong tattoo artists and over 30 individuals with Hmong inspired tattoos. A select few will be featured in the Hmong Tattoo Exhibit that will open during Northern Spark! … Continue reading Hmong Tattoo Crew is live!
May Lee-Yang creates a play with Hmong elders and learns about their romances and a few other stories.
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 1 pm – 4:30 pm Location: Center for Hmong Arts and Talent, 995 University Avenue W, St. Paul, MN 55117 FREE workshop from a Hmong artist all the way from Australia! Hmong Museum and The M (AKA Minnesota Museum of American Art) bring Hmong Australian Artist, Vanghoua Anthony Vue, to […]
NORTHERN SPARK AWARDS $6,000 GRANT TO ARTISTS, TOU SAIKO LEE Tou Saiko Lee is amongst the few local artists who were chosen through a competitive grant to create an immersive exhibition, Hmong Tattoo Exhibit, that opens on June 10, 2017 during the Northern Spark, an all-night arts event put on by Northern Lights.mn. His artist … Continue reading Hmong Museum partners on the Hmong Tattoo Exhibition Opens June 10, 2017 at Northern Spark
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 1 pm - 4:30 pm Location: Center for Hmong Arts and Talent, 995 University Avenue W, St. Paul, MN 55117 FREE workshop from a Hmong artist all the way from Australia! Hmong Museum and The M (AKA Minnesota Museum of American Art) bring Hmong Australian Artist, Vanghoua Anthony Vue, to … Continue reading Workshop: Hmong images, Hmong voices, Hmong stories.
A short course on making digital stories.
Letter from the Chair: Dearest Family and Friends, Inspired by a handwritten manuscript of a children’s book that was carefully preserved in a temperature and relative humidity controlled cavern, I began a journey 12 or so years ago. That was to create a Hmong Museum so that I may in this lifetime be able to … Continue reading Supporting Hmong Museum
In an effort to preserve traditional Hmong storytelling, the Hmong Museum will begin fundraising for a new production, “Hmong Chronicles,” on Give to the Max Day Nov. 12. Funds raised will match a $20,000 award from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation through its Knight Arts Challenge. "At Knight we believe in the … Continue reading Hmong Museum Begins Fundraising for Hmong Storytelling Project Through Give To The Max Day