Lecture – Korean Crafts: Ancient & Modern

by Events Editor on 29 November, 2008 updated 20 August, 2017

in Art history | Crafts | Event Notices | General academia | Talks and seminars

To coincide with the current exhibition at the KCC, Korean Painting and Craft Art: Creations from Tradition, there’s a special lecture on 2 December.

We are delighted to invite you our special lecture, “Korean Crafts: Ancient & Modern”, on 2nd of December 2008. The lecturer, Professor Pak Youngsook received PhD from Heidelberg University and taught at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London) for more than 20 years.

If you want to book your seat for this lecture, please reply to this email with your full name, number of seat(s) and your email address.

o Title: Korean Crafts: Ancient & Modern
o Date: 2008.12.2(Tues) 6:30-7:30 pm
o Venue: Multi-Purpose Hall at Korean Cultural Centre UK
Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, London WC2N 5BW
(entrance on Northumberland Avenue)

Advance booking required. For booking enquiries, please use the following details:
E-mail: info at kccuk dot org dot uk
Tel: 020 7004 2600

The exhibition showcases JU-WON JANG, NAMI KIM, CHEON-BO, and YOUNG-JUN KIM, 4 Korean artists who have shaped recent developments in precious ornaments, embroidery, painting and modern manufacturing. It is open from 11 November 2008 to 4 December 2008.

(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.

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