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The International Collaboration Studio students and faculty are pleased to participate in two exhibitions in South Korea

 
DateSaturday, May 12, 2018 - 1:00pm

Location

Samtan, South Korea (Chung Ang University and the Samtan Art Mine)

opening  May 12 in Samtan

INTAC RITUAL

The International Collaboration Studio students and faculty are pleased to participate in two exhibitions in South Korea, one at Chung Ang University and the second at the Samtan Art Mine. During the 8 month course, students from a range of OCADU Faculty of Art programs have worked with partners from South  Korea, Finland, Japan, China, Mexico and India. This year, the collaborative projects have focussed on the theme of Ritual.

Professors Peter Sramek and Meera Margaret Singh are travelling for 10days with students from the course to meet up with the other schools and install the exhibitions. Meera will also speak on a panel about international collaborations at a Chung Ang International Education conference. Peter will continue on to Tokyo along with 5 of the students.



MEERA SINGH SPEAKING AT A PODIUM

Chung Ang University ENTRANCE

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INTAC RITUAL CATALOGUE

INTAC RITUAL CATALOGUE
DateSaturday, May 12, 2018 - 1:00pm

Website Location

Samtan, South Korea (Chung Ang University and the Samtan Art Mine)

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Saturday, May 12, 2018 - 1:00pm

opening  May 12 in Samtan

INTAC RITUAL

The International Collaboration Studio students and faculty are pleased to participate in two exhibitions in South Korea, one at Chung Ang University and the second at the Samtan Art Mine. During the 8 month course, students from a range of OCADU Faculty of Art programs have worked with partners from South  Korea, Finland, Japan, China, Mexico and India. This year, the collaborative projects have focussed on the theme of Ritual.

Professors Peter Sramek and Meera Margaret Singh are travelling for 10days with students from the course to meet up with the other schools and install the exhibitions. Meera will also speak on a panel about international collaborations at a Chung Ang International Education conference. Peter will continue on to Tokyo along with 5 of the students.

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Samtan, South Korea (Chung Ang University and the Samtan Art Mine)
MEERA SINGH SPEAKING AT A PODIUM
Chung Ang University ENTRANCE
INTAC RITUAL CATALOGUE
INTAC RITUAL CATALOGUE
INTAC RITUAL CATALOGUE
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