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Finding Wind, Feeling Wind is a special program at GCM that assists children in gaining experience in advance and planning for their own career. It gives them the chance to investigate the wind, a natural phenomenon, through the sense of hearing and to combine the various sounds of wind into a new sound using technology with the help of a sound specialist.
A Conference Commemorating the 1100th Anniversary of Establishment of Goryeo and the 1000th Anniversary of the Naming of Gyeonggi
Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation (director Seol Won-gi) holds a conference on the theme of The Historical Significance of Establishment of Goryeo and Naming of Gyeonggi from 10 AM to 6 PM April 28 (Sat). The conference was prepared with the cooperation of the Incheon Foundation for Art & Culture and the Korean History Society in commemoration of the 1100th anniversary of the foundation of Goryeo and the 1000th anniversary of the naming of Gyeonggi.
Nam June Paik Art Center holds artist talks and performances of the 2018 special exhibition Common Front, Affectively. This exhibition is particularly driven by the fact that social media become part of everyday life, and the arena of public discussion is situated to link online and offline, which make social emotions to take on a new form, and sensorial perceptions to follow a new course.
“Art and culture education in daily life” is what the Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation’s Gyeonggi Arts & Culture Education Support Center(Gyeonggi Center) supports. Gyeonggi Center is one of the arts and culture education support centers that were established in 17 metropolitan councils throughout the nation by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to stimulate education […]
The Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation has been implementing art contest projects together with artists and art groups since 1997 to cultivate culture and the arts in every nook and cranny of Gyeonggi-do Province. Four contest projects are currently being carried out: Gyeonggi Art Activity Support, Gyeonggi Art Creation Support, Theater Residency Support, and International Art Exchange […]
Formerly the Research Center for Traditional Culture, The Center for Gyeonggi Studies extended its function as its members investigate, study, preserve, pass down, and utilize the spiritual culture and tangible/intangible cultural heritage of Gyeonggi Province. Alongside its own projects, it also receives orders for consignment, assistance, and service from external agencies. The Center for Gyeonggi […]
The GyeongGi Cultural Foundation (GGCF) is the first public cultural foundation established in Korea to promote the culture and art of GyeongGi-do. The GGCF has grown to be the largest organization specializing in culture and arts since the consolidation of the province museums in 2008. The foundation strives to reach out to its local residents […]
The Center for the Study and Preservation of GyeongGi-do heritage This institute is GyeongGi-do’s first professional excavatory organization. Established in 1999 to investigate, study, preserve, maintain, and use the province’s cultural heritage, the institute has excavated numerous historical sites. It also manages a range of heritage-related projects along with the Bukhansanseong Fortress Culture Project Team […]