This post is likely to be incomplete as it was written a while ago, before I went on holiday. In particular, it is likely to omit one or two events at the KCC. If you know of anything to be added, please leave a comment below.
KCC Film nights
- This month the theme is the Family. First up, on 8 May, is The Way Home, a touching film about a spoiled brat from the city who has to stay with his grandmother in the countryside. Later, on 22 May, we will get Family Ties.
- Jump continues at the Peacock until 10 May. You really should go.
- Min-jung Kym accompanies Pierre Amoyal at the Wigmore on 31 May in a programme of French violin sonatas.
- The KCC’s contemporary art show continues until 16 May
- Lee Ufan’s minimalist paintings and sculptures continue at the Lisson Gallery until 10 May.
- Sea-hyun Lee shows at the Union Gallery from 7 May
Talks, lectures, seminars, history
- Warwick Morris spends an evening with the AKS on 7 May
- Owen Miller talks on the 19th century merchant guilds in Cambridge on 5 May
- Jiyoon Lee talks on contemporary Japanese and Korean art practices at the Courtauld on 19 May
- A fascinating half day on 31 May, again in Cambridge, looks at how East Asian media presents the past
- The KCC’s next exhibition, starting in the second half of May, is of a collection of antique maps of the Korean peninsula.