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Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. Asia Culture Center

Archive Program for Virtuous Cycle
“Archive&Study”

Lectures utilizing video archives in the Asia Culture Archive

Archive Program for Virtuous Cycle<br>
“Archive&Study”
  • DateAug. 24-Sep. 21, 2022 (WED-WED)
    * Every Wednesday, five sessions in total
  • Time15:00 - 16:00
  • PlaceLibrary Park B4
  • Age LimitMust be 15 or older
  • Person20 people
  • Price Free (first-come, first-serve reservation)
  • TicketWeb page / On-Site Application
  • Contact+82-62-601-4536
Introduction
2022 Enjoy the Library Park! An Archive Program for Virtuous Cycle
“Archive&Study”
Lectures utilizing video archives in the Asia Culture Archive (archive.acc.go.kr)
This lecture series was created to provide more accessible and approachable means for our visitors to access the web page and archived materials in the Asia Culture Archive. We hope that this lecture series can provide you with an opportunity to experience the diversity of Asian cultures, as well as the modern and contemporary history of Korea.
Program
1st
Professor Ji Chun-sang and Namdo Nori: Gwangju Chilseok Gossaum Nori and Jindo Haenam Ganggangsullae
Aug. 24 (WED), 15:00-16:00
Professor Na Kyung-soo (Department of Korean Language and Literature, Chonnam National University)
This lecture investigates the research materials and photographs involved in the process of restoring and upholding the foremost examples of folk games in Korea, Important Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 33, “Gwangju Chilseok Gossaum Nori,” and Important Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 8, “Ganggangsullae,” by Professor Ji Chun-sang. Afterward, the lecture introduces the dynamic, humorous, and creative characters of Korean folk group games.
2nd
Chung Chu the Musical Anthropologist: The Life of Chung Chu and Musical Materials Collection
Aug. 31 (WED), 15:00-16:00
Bohi Gim (Professor, Yonsei University)
Through the musical sheets, photographs, and letters of Chung Chu, a composer and musical anthropologist who immigrated to Kazakhstan, this lecture introduces the traces and works of Chung who sought to adapt Korean emotions onto the pentatonic scale.
3rd
Perspectives and Works of Photographers who Recorded the Modernization of Korea
Sept. 7 (WED), 15:00-16:00
Curator Han Keum Hyun
Through the works of five photographers (Kim Han-yong, Kang Bong-kyu, Lee Kyoung-mo, Kim Ki-chan, and Jeong Jeong-hoe) who produced various artistic photographs in the flow of history, this lecture traces the history of Korea’s modernization.
4th
Sept. 14 (WED), 15:00-16:00
Lee Jae-suk (Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies [HUFS])
Pongal, the Rice Harvest Festival of South India
This lecture focuses on Pongal, an important festival of South India, and Theyyam, a dance ritual. Through these cultural interests, the lecture introduces the background and history of South Indian regional culture, which utilizes active participation in dance, festivals, rituals, and rites to recreate the feeling of divinity.
Cosmology and the Cultural Heritage of Hindi Mythology
Based on the collection “Space and Architecture related to Asian Great Epic,” this lecture traces the adventure, trials, and achievements of Rama, the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu, to investigate the characteristics and culture of Hindi mythology.
5th
Alleyway Culture Through the Pictures of Modern Korea
Sept. 21 (WED) 15:00–16:00
Photographer Park Il-gu
In this exhibition, we introduce the art–cultural and academic values of the Asian photography collection and present you with the fading landscape of alleyways captured through diverse landscape photos taken by the lecturer.
Lecturers
Na Kyung-sooProfessor
  • Professor Emeritus, Department of Korean Language and Literature, Chonnam National University
  • B.A., Department of Korean Language and Literature, Chonnam National University
  • M.A., Department of Korean Language and Literature, Chonnam National University
  • Ph.D., Department of Korean Language and Literature, Chonnam National University
  • President of the Korean Folklore Society, former president of the Korean Folklore Society, former president of the Jindo Academic Society
  • Major Works: ca. 100 works, including “A Study of Korean Mythology”, “Art, Culture, and Folklore in Honam”
Bohi GimProfessor
  • Professor, Yonsei University
  • B.M. Department of Composition, College of Music, Hanyang University
  • M.M. Department of Composition, University of Hawai’i
  • Ph.D., Department of Composition, College of Music, Hanyang University
  • Lecturer at Hanyang University, Yonsei University, Korea National University of Arts, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  • Major Works: “A Study on musical activities of Soviet-Korean amateur art groups, ‘Soin Yesuldan’”, “Songs of Soviet Goryeo People”, etc.
Han Keum HyunCurator
  • Independent curator
  • B.A., Department of French Language & Literature, Ewha Womans University
  • M.A., Graduate School of Design, Ewha Womans University
  • Ph.D., Fine Arts Division, Ewha Womans University
  • Lecturer at Kaywon University of Art & Design, Korea National University of Arts, Ewha Womans University
  • Department Head of Exhibition in Gwangju Biennale, Secretariat Representative, etc.
  • Major Curations: Kim Hanyong Special Exhibition, Ilmin Museum of Art, 2022
    Seoul Panorama, Blindspot Gallery and Blindspot Annex, Hong Kong, 2014
    Relativity in City, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, 2013 etc.
Lee Jae-sukProfessor
  • Professor, Minerva College, HUFS
  • Graduate of Department of Indian Studies, HUFS
  • Ph.D., Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi
  • Lectured Sanskrit, Indian philosophy, Indian cultural history in HUFS and Kyung Hee University
  • Major Translations: “Upanishad,” “Law of Manu,” etc.
  • Major Papers: “Philosophy of Language in Ancient Sanskrit Materials”, “Religious-Philological Characteristics of Indian Great Epics”
Park Il KuPhotographer
  • Photographer (Photo ggi)
  • Graduate of the Department of History, Chosun University
  • Graduate of the Department of Photography, Gwangju University
  • M.A., Department of Photography, Chung-Ang University
  • Lecturer at Chosun University, Gwangju University, Kwangju Women’s University
  • Major Exhibitions: “The Way to the Sea,” Gwangju Museum of Art, 2020 / ”The Scene,” ARTSPACE HOUSE, 2018, etc.
Information
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Notes
  • Reservation is accepted via web page (www.acc.go.kr) on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • After online pre-reservation (first-come, first-serve) ends, on-site sign up will be offered only for the remaining seats.
  • The lecture will utilize the Distancing Seating System and temperature checks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • Programs offered free of charge do not provide parking fees. We ask that our guests use public transportation.
How to get here
Library Park, ACC Archive & Research, Asia Culture Center. 38, Munhwajeondang-ro, Dong-gu, Gwangju
  • How to arrive via subway: Disembark at the Asian Culture Complex station (exit 5, 6)
  • How to arrive by bus: Disembark at the Asia Culture Center or the Asian Culture Complex station
  • Parking at the ACC: Parking A (B1–B3 / toward ACC Theater), Parking B (B3–B4 / toward ACC Children)
Inquiries: Research and Survey Department, Asia Culture Center (+82-62-601-4536)
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