Free Minhwa classes at the KCC

KAA member Eun-jung Feleppa will be giving free classes in Korean folk painting at the KCC. The weekly classes will be held on Thursday early evening, 5pm – 7pm. Application forms can be downloaded from the KCC website. More details below: Minhwa: Korean Painting Classes The Korean Cultural Centre UK is now taking applications for […]

O Bang Saek – Shouvik Datta visits the opening event of the KAA exhibition

The exhibition and performance by the Korean Artists Association at the Korean Cultural Centre (Strand, London) on November 28, featured painting and displays of visual art, traditional Korean instruments and a performance of highly modern dance. The association was originally founded in 1997 by a group of Korean artists and poets to promote Korean culture […]

Korean Artists Association UK in call for new members

The Korean Artists Association UK exists principally as a network of those Korean artists, of whatever discipline, who have chosen to make their home in the UK. They have an annual exhibition at the KCC, usually with music and dance performance, and meet regularly at the KCC to discuss their future plans. Interested parties are […]

Invisible Bonds – 이음새. . . Exhibition, performance and workshops at the KCC

The Korean Artists Association UK cordially invites you to an Art Exhibition and Workshops in Korean Music, Dance and Art Invisible Bonds – 이음새. . . From 13th to 21st August, 2010 At the Korean Cultural Centre UK Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand, London WC 2N 5BW • (0)20 7004 2600 • • […]

Invisible Bonds …이음새: KAA exhibition at the KCC

Invisible Bonds …이음새 Korean Cultural Centre UK 13th – 21st August 2010 (Preview: Friday 13. 08. 2010, 6 – 9 pm – registration required via An annual exhibition by Korean Artists Association UK Curated by: Soon Yul Kang, Kitty Jun-Im McLaughlin, Sunju Park, Bada Song Director: Bada Song Invisible Bonds …이음새 represents 13 artists […]

Behind the scenes with the KAA

The plan for an evening of performance and visual arts at the KCC came quite suddenly, and when I met Park Sunnee for a quick chat about it six weeks ago the plans all seemed rather vague. I have in the past been sceptical about Korean organisational abilities, and the mountain to climb in such […]

An evening with the Korean Artists Association

The UK Korean Artists Association invite you to a varied evening of visual and performing arts on 16 October at the Korean Cultural Centre. The Korean Artists Association was formed twelve years ago to represent UK-based Korean artists, and counts among its membership dancers, painters, sculptors, musicians and other creative artists. Their evening at the […]