Thursday, November 22, 2007

I Got a Job!



My Korean friend, Ji Young, found a polymer clay shop in her neighborhood. Today we visited the shop while a class was in session. They are using air dry clay. I was allowed to take pictures of only the work area. Apparently like the maedeup shop, they have a lot of "secrets." The walls were covered with shelves of clay figurines.



Here a gal was working on a Santa figurine.


She did a great job. I brought a long a few of my books to show the owner and she wanted to hire me to teach. I'm not in possession of a work Visa so it was decided to do a trade. They also teach Hanji. I am going to teach or help a children's class on Wednesdays and on Thursdays, I will be taught Hanji. A win-win situation.

The owner wanted me to start next week but we are flying back to the States for three weeks in December and I'm working on getting things done just for that. We decided that I would start in January. Ji Young thought she should become a headhunter.

4 comments:

Helena said...

That is awesome! How cool!

Becky said...

Hi Helena: I am so excited.

CreekHiker said...

Becky!!!! Congratulations!!! What a cool addition to your impressive resume! I'm so proud of you!

The hanji link doesn't work, btw...

Can't wait to hear about it. H

JiYoung said...

Congratulations!! The day you start is just around the corner.!!

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