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Miegunyah House Museum

Chinese Suzhou embroidery demonstration with Jenny Gao

Join us at Miegunyah to celebrate the refinement and consummate artistry of the 2000-year-old Suzhou embroidery style and tradition. Enjoy afternoon tea while you watch Jenny and her students work.

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Chinese Suzhou embroidery demonstration with Jenny Gao
Chinese Suzhou embroidery demonstration with Jenny Gao

Time & Location

24 Mar 2024, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Miegunyah House Museum, 35 Jordan Terrace, Bowen Hills

About the event

Date: 24 March 2024 

Time: 1–3 pm 

Cost: FREE (unless booking a tour). $10 per serve for Devonshire tea.

Visit Miegunyah to watch Jenny and her students demonstrate embroidery techniques and view exquisite examples of her work. 

Every piece of artwork by Jenny Gao is an innovation on this rich history and tradition. From the style, pattern, needlework, thread matching, cloth to the colour, everything has been carefully constructed and precisely executed to create unique embroideries. 

Traditionally  embroidered antique and vintage items from the Miegunyah collection can be viewed during a tour of our Threads of the Dragon exhibition. If you would also like a tour of the house and exhibition on this same day please book your tour here.

About the artist

Jenny Gao, the founder and owner of ‘Xiu Zhen Ge’, is a master artist of Chinese Embroidery. She wields her needles with fondness, expresses meaning with threads, marries emotion and purpose, and conveys her artistic connotation with rich and flexible needlework. Jenny Gao (Qingmin Gao) has been studying the art of embroidery with her grandmother since the age of 6. To further improve her techniques, she made a life-changing decision to move to the city of Suzhou in her early adulthood and met her mentor in embroidery. In 2008, she founded 'Xiu Zhen Ge', the Art Centre of Embroidery. As an advocate and pioneer in her field, Gao has made remarkable achievements and major contributions to the flourishing of Chinese embroidery culture.  

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