This Exhibition launches the first series of the Baltimore Natural Dye Symposium 2021. We are pleased to announce a series of events celebrating the relationships, community connections, and creative work we have valued and sustained during the instability of these times. Doong-Ji (둥지) is a nest in the Korean language that refers to home, sanctuary, and a safe space. Doong-Ji can be a place where you can give birth, begin your life, get nurtured, and be physically protected. We introduce fiber and visual arts inspired by natural dyes to represent different communities, cultures, traditions, and identities in this exhibition. We hope this online nest and exhibition visually provides a space where you can feel love, peace, and support for participating artists and viewers, especially during this difficult time. Organized by Rosa Sung Ji Chang, Eva Sailly, Anushka Jajodia and Audrey Naiva. Artists: Gasali Adeyemo, Jason Greenberg, Vy Vu, Ruth Huang Xu, Iris Sullivan Daire, Karin Persan, Emma Wigginton, Abbey Franklin, Kievan Havens, Sarah Magida, Jorgelina Lopez, liana amparo quander, Rivers Zhu, Erin Wilson, Audrey Naiva, Eva Sailly, Anushka Jajodia, Sarah Gotowka, Qianchun Yang, Valeska Populoh, Erin Hughes, Sienna Kwami, Aimee Lee, Mi Sook Cho, Kindigo Studio, Wang Sik Kim, Buk Gu Heo, Sung Dong Kim, Kinny Sanbu, Brittany Boles, Catharine Ellis, Jailine Cano Olivas, Colby Ware Photography, Kokoro Indigo Culture This event series is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org).