February events 2010

Featured event

  • It’s the biggest group show of the year: SASAPARI | 4482 makes another appearance at the Bargehouse, with more than 50 Korean artists, 25-27/8 February

Other exhibitions

Social events

  • Celebrating new year a week early, there’s an all-night K-pop party in Vauxhall on 6 February (till 5am on the Sunday morning)
  • The Anglo Korean Society will be restarting its monthly informal dinners in a restaurant near Centrepoint, 2 February
  • The Korean Language Meetup Group convenes in Bloomsbury on 11 February


Talks and classes

  • The Centre for Korean Studies at SOAS has a lecture on 5 February: A glimpse at the intimacy of Confucian scholars: a study of the 16th century scholars-officials’ correspondence
  • There’s a gallery talk at I-MYU accompanying the current exhibition on 4 February
  • Talks and videos celebrating Korea’s ancient culture and art, and modern economy, will be shown at the KCC on 10 February
  • Kiejo Sarsfield is running two of her cookery classes on 20 and 27 February
  • Ha-joon Chang lectures at the LSE on 25 February at 6:30: Hamlet Without the Prince of Denmark: how development has disappeared from today’s ‘development’ discourse

Music

  • Sarah Chang performs at the Barbican on 12 February
  • Hearts for Haiti: a mixed program on 13 February at Hairlines, New Malden – music for marimba, daegeum and kayageum, and numbers from Avenue Q!
  • Ji-Yeoun You performs at the LSE on 25 February

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