• 2018 Myths and Beats of Art (Part 5) Close
    • Venue/ Dasan Hall, 3rd floor of the GGCF
    • Period/ 2018.04.11(Wed) ~ 2018.05.30(Wed)

    Over this course, you will take the time to discover the route of the myths. It is the road of the plains from the coast of the Baltic Sea on the northern part of the Eurasian continent to the Bering Sea.

  • Chance, Challenge, Change – 3 C’s of Art, Art Session for Grown-ups Close
    • Venue/ In and around Gyeonggi Creation Center
    • Participants/ Adults aged over 18
    • Period/ 2018.01.01(Mon) ~ 2018.12.31(Mon)

    Creativity and flexibility are not just for kids. Creative point of view and the joy of creation improves grown-ups’ competency and enriches their lives. It’s not too late for you to learn art. Gyeonggi Creation Center is running the 3 C’s of Art Session, an art class for grown-ups. Artists from a variety of genres offer their own original programs related to their works. Any grown-ups, ranging from public workers, teachers, workers, and college students, can participate in the session.

  • Real Arts from Outside the Textbook – Lose Yourself in Arts in Creative Arts Camp Close
    • Venue/ In and around Gyeonggi Creation Center
    • Participants/ Students (Elementary, Middle, High)
    • Period/ 2018.01.01(Mon) ~ 2018.12.31(Mon)

    Our kids encounter the likes of Van Gogh or Mozart through hard-edged textbook sitting on a blocky chair. They feel so complicated and far away, and kids wonder, why do we have to learn these? For these kids and teenagers, Gyeonggi Creation Center prepared a program with the help of contemporary artists. Linking ideas from abstract pictures, and piecing together small pieces to build surprisingly large sculptures, kids can find their own dream through the process.

  • Everybody’s Happy in Arts – Arts of Sharing, art program for isolated classes Close
    • Venue/ Creation Art Bldg of GCC
    • Participants/ Local students
    • Period/ 2018.01.01(Mon) ~ 2018.12.31(Mon)

    Art is for everyone. Just like sunlight, wind, sea, and mountain, anybody can feel and experience art and can express one through it. However, it is not difficult to break out of the routine life and feel what art is, especially for those who are isolated from arts because they live where they can’t access arts, or because their disability makes it hard to do so.