Mon, 21 Oct | British Embassy Seoul

KOREAN ART LECTURE-Korean Ksitigarbha Painting. UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO INSUFFICIENT NUMBERS

Are you interested in Korean art? Do you want to learn more? Then come along and join us at Aston Hall, British Embassy for a lecture on Korean Art by Dr Noh, an expert in Korean paintings. Coffee and biscuits will be provided. Sign up for this event is essential for access to the Embassy grounds.
Registration is Closed
KOREAN ART LECTURE-Korean Ksitigarbha Painting. UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO INSUFFICIENT NUMBERS

Time & Location

21 Oct 2019, 09:30 – 11:30
British Embassy Seoul, 24 Sejong-daero 19-gil, Jeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea

About the Event

Date:  Monday, 21 October, 2019 - 09:30 - 12:00

Venue:  Aston Hall, British Embassy, City Hall station lines 1 and 2, exit 3

Cost:  Members free, non-members 10,000 KRW

Please come and join us for a lecture on Korean Art with Dr. Noh an expert in Korean paintings. The lecture is entitled “Korean Ksitigarbha Painting”. Korea has experienced great cultural achievements in the field of painting. This field has developed continuously in the course of history. Korean Buddhist painting has left the unique beautiful paintings which are recognized worldwide, developing its own style. The style of Ksitigarbha painting developed in East Asia has been spread over an entire cultural area, but regional characteristics have developed which are so obvious that it is possible to speak of an especially Korean style. Korean Ksitigarbha paintings distinguish themselves clearly from those in China and Japan. The exceptional creativity and an exceptional aesthetic feeling turn out often to be characteristic of Korean Ksitigarbha painting. The difference to the art of neighbour countries resides above all in the way how Korean artists have interpreted and applied the styles which they have encountered. My intention is to highlight the uniqueness of Korean Ksitigarbha painting compared to East Asian countries. Coffee and biscuits will be provided. We anticipate that this event will be very popular so it is important that you sign up as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Please sign up below as only those on the attendance list will be able to access the Embassy. Please bring photo ID with you. Directions to the Embassy: From City Hall station exit 3 walk a short distance and take the first left. Continue along this road (there will be a wall on your left) and the Anglican Church to your right. At the end of the road there are some black gates and this is the entrance to the Embassy. Please go up the steps where you will be signed in. 

Registration is Closed

Share This Event