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Cloud Pink wows the Hutt

We talk to Expressions Whirinaki Gallery curator Leanne Wickham about an interactive art installation from South Korea that gave gallery goers the sensation of touching clouds.

Arts / News
Curators of the digital world

Auckland Live digital curator Nolwenn Lacire travelled to South Korea in June to learn about the country’s digital art scene and attend the International Symposium of Electronic Art in Gwangju.

Leadership Network / News
UN cemetery visit evokes questions of identity

Leadership Network member William Miao describes how visiting the UN Memorial Cemetery in Busan South Korea evoked reflection on identity and the conflicting loyalties that come from calling two count

Sports / News
Kiwi Olympic hopefuls get Korea savvy

With the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, fast approaching, skiers, snowboarders and speed skaters aiming to make the New Zealand Winter Olympic Team attended a Foundation worksh

Education / News
Korean games night

Yut-sticks were cast, arrows thrown and jegis kicked during a Korean Games Night held at Wellington High School last week.

Education / News
South Korea 101 for New Zealand teachers

Fifteen New Zealand teachers headed to Seoul last week for the 2016 Korean Studies Workshop for Australasian educators.

Arts / News
Artist finds Seoul in the cracks of the city

Auckland artist and Foundation Leadership Network member Xin Cheng was artist in residence at Sema Nanji artist residency in Seoul, South Korea, from September to November last year. In Seoul she deve

Education / News
Teacher embraces Korean culture

Twelve New Zealand secondary school teachers experienced the contrasts of Korea on the 2015 Korea Studies Workshop in September.

Education / News
Study trip to bring Korea into New Zealand classrooms

From traditional villages to corporate giants, 12 New Zealand secondary school teachers will experience the contrasts of Korea on a professional development tour this month.

Research / News
A young academic's voyage into uncharted waters

Up-and-coming academic Kina Kunz recently travelled to Japan to conduct research and speak at the ISA Asia-Pacific conference about Japan and Korea's divergent paths in response to the rise of China.

Arts / News
Exploring the Arts in Tokyo and Seoul: A Cultural Journey

Read director arts Craig Cooper's account of his recent visit to Japan and South Korea to connect with potential partner organisations and scope out new opportunities for the Foundation.

Track II / News
A Tale of two cities

The Foundation's Dr James To reflects on reconnecting with stakeholders and friends of the Foundation on his recent visit to South Korea and Thailand with executive director Simon Draper.

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