주시드니한국문화원 소식(7월 10일자)

주시드니한국문화원 소식(7월 10일자) Korean Cultural Centre / newsletter@koreanculture.org.au Our biggest […]

주시드니한국문화원 소식(710일자)

Korean Cultural Centre / newsletter@koreanculture.org.au

Our biggest KPOP event of the year is back! 12 of the best KPOP Cover Dance Crews and 4 amazing talented Cover vocalists will take to the stage at the Sydney preliminary event for their chance to perform at the Changwon KPOP World Festival!

Entry is FREE so come along and enjoy a full day of KPOP Workshops, performances and prize opportunities to take home tickets to the GOT7 concert! CLICK HERE for more info – http://www.koreanculture.org.au/

Director #BongJoonHo congratulated the 10th year for the Korean Film Festival in Australia #KOFFIA during his visit for the Sydney Film Festival 2019. Check out the full video below as he talks about his new film #Parasite which has taken the prize in Cannes and now, Sydney!

Our latest exhibition Take ( ) at face value explores various aspects of modern Korean society through formats of contemporary art underpinning the stereotypes and bias that evolve around us. Spanning mixed media, photography, performance and painting, this exhibition will question the universal concepts that are revealed to us at face value.

2 performances, tied in with the exhibition were presented in partnership with our centre and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and West Space.

Byungjun Kwon, This Is Me (이것이 나다)

26 June, 6-8pm, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (SYD)

Minja Gu, Past Nowadays

29 June, 11:30am-1:30pm, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (SYD)

Take ( ) at face value will run from the 28th of June until the 29th of September at the Korean Cultural Centre Australia

‘Ride the Korean Wave!’ is a special education event for students of all ages. The Korean Cultural Centre(KCC) visits schools that teach the Korean Language within their curriculum or have expressed a keen interest in the Korean culture. The KCC has hosted the Ride the Korean Wave! since 2013 and will visit schools within New South Wales this year!

In a special Sydney Writers’ Festival event, bestselling author Min Jin Lee talks to Anton Enus about her acclaimed novels (Pachinko and Free Food for Millionaires), her literary career and her own immigrant experience as a KoreanAmerican.

Date: 5th of August | Riverside Theatres, Parramatta CLICK HERE for more info – http://www.koreanculture.org.au/

Our next KPOP on the move will be held during the 2019 KPOP World Festival in Sydney!

There is no need to RSVP but please ensure that you are at the venue on time so that you don’t miss out!

For times and more information please check out our website HERE – http://www.koreanculture.org.au/

After their SOLD OUT show in Melbourne, Epik High will be making their way to Sydney! Tickets are selling fast but still available so get in quick to see the iconic hip-hop trio LIVE and personal down under!

19th JULY (FRI) 7:00PM

🎫 Ticket Price:

$219 AUD – VIP (+ Early entry / Meet & Greet)

$89 AUD – Gold (GA1)

$89 AUD – Gold-Seated (GA2) SOLD OUT

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND TO RESERVE – http://www.koreanculture.org.au/

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