Gallery Reception: Houey Hong Center

Founded in 1998, the Houey Hong Centre trains students to weave centuries of Lao history into each of its pieces.

From skirts and shawls to full-length tapestries, traditional Lao weaving incorporates intricate designs into each of its hand-woven works from manual looms.

Examine each warp and weft at this reception supporting the Vientiane-based workshops mission of training women in valuable and marketable skills.

Read more about Houey Hong Centre founder Chanthasone Inthavong’s journey to save her home country’s traditional arts in October’s INTOUCH.

Gallery Exhibition

  • Oct 15–Nov 4

Gallery Reception

  • Free
  • Open to adults, invitees and Members only


Meet the Founder: Chanthasone Inthavong
During the below times, close inspection of textiles is possible.


  • Oct 29 & 31: 1–6pm
  • Nov 1: 1–6pm
  • Nov 2: 5–8pm
  • Nov 3: 1–6pm
  • Nov 4: 11am–2pm

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Learn about the latest actions in an email from Club Representative Governor, Michael Alfant or check the Club website for recent updates.