KAA official events news

i, Kid: the exhibition catalogue

17 April 2017 KAA official events news

Here is the official catalogue of the i, Kid exhibition. Click on the image to enlarge:

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i, kid: the January 2017 KAA residency at the KCC

24 December 2016 KAA official events news

The Korean Artists Association UK (KAA) presents its annual exhibition and performance at the Korean Cultural Centre UK in January 2017. The title of the exhibition and performance is ‘I, Kid 우리어릴적’. The exhibition and performance of ‘I, Kid’ displays the artists’ reflection of nostalgic memories of their childhood and a glimpse of who they […]

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Arirang: the official video

23 August 2015 Events reports

Here is the video of the opening performance of the KAA’s 2015 residency at the Korean Cultural Centre. Video by Jason Verney of Native Nomad Pictures.

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Arirang: the 2015 KAA residency at the KCC

17 June 2015 KAA official events news

The Korean Artists Association(KAA) UK present its annual showcase at the Korean Cultural Centre UK in July 2015. The theme of this year’s event is ‘Arirang’. We will explore this strong, meaningful theme with a varied exhibition of art pieces, plus performances using a combination of traditional Korean instruments alongside western instruments, making for and exciting fusion of […]

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Korea Chronicles – the 2014 KAA residency at the KCC

26 July 2014 KAA official events news

The Korean Artists Association UK (KAA) presents its annual showcase at the Korean Cultural Centre in August 2014. The theme of this year’s event is Korea Chronicles. Generally, Chronicles are a historical account of facts and events set in chronological order as in a timeline. This has inspired the KAA to show the development of […]

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Korea Chronicles: the teaser video

13 July 2014 KAA official events news

Thanks to Simeon Lumgair of Quirky Motion for this teaser trailer for the KAA’s summer residency at the Korean Cultural Centre, 12 – 30 August 2014.

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합 Collaboration: the official exhibition catalogue

31 August 2013 KAA official events news

Here is the official catalogue of the 합 Collaboration exhibition. Click on the image to enlarge:

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KAA’s summer programme at the KCC: 합, 合, Collaboration

29 July 2013 KAA official events news

Details of the KAA’s annual programme at the Korean Cultural Centre (28 August – 6 September) are embedded below. Click on the images for a full-size flyer.

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KAA’s 2013 KCC “합, 合, Collaboration” programme: the opening performance

29 July 2013 KAA official events news

Here is the programme for the opening performance on 28 August. Please RSVP to koreanartuk@gmail.com. Collaborative Performance 1. ‘Petal – like’ (꽃잎처럼) Poem by Hye Kyung Park, Sabrina Park Kim (Piano Music), Chang Gyun Woo (Image) 2. Pochagi (보자기) by Hye Lim Kim (Taegŭm and electronics) Pochagi is Hye Lim Kim’s first elecroacoustic composition in […]

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KAA’s 2013 KCC “합, 合, Collaboration” programme: the conference and workshop

29 July 2013 KAA official events news

This year’s programme at the Korean Cultural Centre entitled 합, 合, Collaboration includes a conference and workshop. Details below (click on the image for a full-size flyer). Please RSVP to koreanartuk@gmail.com.

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오방색 O BANG SAEK: the 5th KAAUK event at the KCC

19 November 2012 KAA official events news

The Korean Artists Association UK (KAAUK) is delighted to present Obangsaek at the Korean Cultural Centre UK. Obangsaek refers to the five traditional Korean colours of blue, red, yellow, black and white. These symbolize: tree, fire, iron/gold, water and earth respectively, associations which percolate deeply through Korean culture. The UK based Korean Artists of KAA […]

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Delayed Sojourn – London, home away from home

29 November 2011 KAA official events news

An annual exhibition by Korean Artists Association UK Korean Cultural Centre UK 2nd – 8th December 2011 (Private view: Friday 02. 12. 2011, 6.30 – 8.30 pm) RSVP to koreanartuk@gmail.com Delayed Sojourn – London, home away from home represents 16 artists who have various background and diverse media, such as sculpture, painting, photography, film, design, […]

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Invisible Bonds – 이음새. . . Exhibition, performance and workshops at the KCC, August 2010

31 July 2010 KAA official events news

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 http://london.korean-culture.org • (0)20 7004 2600 www.koreanartists.co.uk • koreanartuk@gmail.com • […]

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Invisible Bonds …이음새: Annual KAA exhibition at the KCC, August 2010

31 July 2010 KAA official events news

Invisible Bonds …이음새 Korean Cultural Centre UK 13th – 21st August 2010 (Preview: Friday 13. 08. 2010, 6 – 9 pm) 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 who have various background and […]

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Invisible bonds: profiles of participating performance artists

31 July 2010 KAA official events news

박선희 (Sunnee Park, Dance) suwnwe@hotmail.com Sunnee Park, the President of the Korean Artists Association UK is a Dancer. She started her training in Korean traditional dance at 7, progressing to become a member of the Korean classical dancing troupe Little Angels that performed worldwide. While studying at Sunhwa Art School, she joined the Korean Universal […]

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Invisible bonds: profiles of participating visual artists

31 July 2010 KAA official events news

키티 준임 (Kitty Jun-Im McLaughlin) www.kittyjunim.com • youngha1810@hotmail.com Kitty Jun-Im McLaughlin, who has lived in England for over 30 years, integrates cultural duality and reflects her meandering journey through life. Her painting is a calligraphic choreography that layers the Korean art paper Hanji with collaged canvases to create depth and space and tactile textures that […]

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