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Korean Art Workshop for Undergraduate Graduate Students

Overview

To reinforce the presence of Korean art abroad and enhance networking between experts by fostering the next generation of students of Korean art and related subjects, the Korea Foundation provides opportunities to foreign university students via exploration programs. Through this workshop, the KF contributes to cultivating the interest of participants from a variety of fields and majors, enhancing their understanding of Korean arts and culture.

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Programs Organized

Year,Country,Title,Period
Year Country Title Period
2018 Korea Korean Art Workshop for Graduate Students Jul. 15–22, 2018
2019 Korea Korean Art Workshop for Graduate Students Jul. 7–14, 2019
2020 (Online) Online Korean Art Workshop for Undergraduate/Graduate Students Nov. 30–Dec. 23, 2020
2021 Korea Workshop for Next-Gen Curators of Korean Arts Nov. 13, 2021

Overseas Museum Korean Art Curator Workshop

Overview

With the aim of promoting active Korea-related programs and activities at the Korean galleries of overseas museums, the Korea Foundation invites foreign curators in charge of Korean art collections to Korea. Through the workshop, the curators are provided with an opportunity to acquire knowledge and information needed for the proper management and utilization of their museums’ Korean collections and to build networks with relevant experts both in and outside of Korea.

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Workshop Topics

  • 1st (1999) : Traditional Korean art
  • 2nd (2000) : Korean painting
  • 3rd (2001) : Korean ceramics
  • 4th (2002) : Korean Buddhist art
  • 5th (2003) : Korean crafts
  • 6th (2004) : Korean artifacts excavated from ancient tombs
  • 7th (2005) : Korean architecture
  • 8th (2006) : Korean folk arts
  • 9th (2007) : Modern and contemporary Korean art
  • 10th (2008) : Korean royal culture
  • 11th (2009) : Korean painting in Korea-China-Japan exchange
  • 12th (2010) : Identity of Korean Buddhist art in East Asia
  • 13th (2011) : Korean ceramics in East Asia
  • 14th (2012) : Confucianism and Art of Joseon
  • 15th (2013) : Modern Korean art with a focus on art in the early 20th century
  • 16th (2014) : Korea’s encounter with Eurasia
  • 17th (2015) : Promotion of art exchange between Korea and Japan
  • 18th (2016) : Symposium for Korean art curators in the United States
  • 19th (2017) : Contemporary Korean art

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