Includes Film, Theater, Dance, Exhibitions, etc
From October we are starting drawing session in English for kids. The mail objectives of there sessions are:
developing imagination, free way of thinking, improving planning, organizing and analyzing skills, learning various creative techniques, color, combinations
developing the ability to think, speak and listen in English.
Price: 60 000 won per session or 200 000 won for 4 sessions (in October).
Before impressionism, landscapes in art were often imaginary, perfect landscapes painted in the studio. The impressionists changed all that. They painted outdoors. As they were outside, they looked at how light and colour changed the scenes. They often painted thickly and used quick (and quite messy) brush strokes. (Tate gallery) We will try to re-create this technique in the comfort of the studio with a glass of wine or a drink of your choice. Join Emilie Roger for this amazing experience.
Naughty Muse Studios Co.,Ltd project:
Looking is different from seeing. Looking at things is easy, but seeing is harder. We can easily look at a model and know that it’s a model. But seeing means understanding the model’s body, knowing where the muscles are, how the body is rotated, where the shadows and lights are, the proportions and relationships of parts of the body, the angle at which the head is tilted etc. By seeing, we can draw with more detail.
The 9th Sangsangmanbal Picture Book Contest
The Sangsangmanbal Picture Book Contest is an annual picture book contest hosted by Wow Culture Lab in Korea.
The winners of the contest will receive 1,000,000 KRW of support funding and earn the opportunity to participate in networking events with publishers and authors, and exhibit their work at the 19th Seoul Wow Book Festival this October.
Anyone who loves the picture book can register their works from July 3 to 31 via the link below.
The ‘2023 Free Outdoor Movie Screenings’ at the Busan Cinema Center will be held weekly every Tuesday from June 27th to September 5th beginning at 8pm at the outdoor theater of the Busan Cinema Center.
The outdoor theater, where the opening and closing ceremonies of the annual Busan International Film Festival are held, has 4,000 seats located under a giant roof and has become a representative symbol of the Busan Cinema Center.
The movies will be screened rain or shine; however, the movie screening may be canceled due to inclement weather.
The Liquid Arts Open Stage is in its 23rd year providing performance opportunities to artists of all kinds in Busan and throughout the Korean Peninsula.
Poets, musicians, actors, comedians, dancers, filmmakers, and anyone with creative inclinations are invited to share their works with our attentive audience.
Early sign up can be done by sending an email to:
○ Period: November 4-December 6, 2022
○ Venue: Busan Cinema Center
○ Tickets: 7,000 won for adults / 5,000 won for members and youth/ 4,000 won for seniors and morning movie
○ For more info.: 051)780-6000
THE HA-HA HOLE is Busan’s one and only open mic, held normally on the third Friday of every month with some exceptions. The Ha-Ha Hole is dedicated to fostering the funny within the expat scene, a chance for one and all to hit the mic and make 'em laugh.
Come on out to Busan’s #1 comedy night. The last few open mics have been absolute so don’t miss this one!
화TUE - 토SAT 8pm OPEN