[KS] RASKB activities
ansonjae at sogang.ac.kr
Thu Feb 2 04:08:50 EST 2012
Despite this morning's minus 17 Celsius in Seoul, the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch hopes to offer the following program in the coming weeks, list members are welcome to participate if they are in the country.
For full details of all events please see the RAS web page http://www.raskb.com/
(in the second-floor Residents' Lounge of Somerset Palace, near Angukdong Rotary)
Diasporic Art and Why it Matters in Korea
Prof. Hijoo Son (Sogang University) Tuesday, February 14, 2012. 7:30 pm.
The Han Moo-Souk House: Hanok Restoration and Adaptive Reuse
Cho In-Souk Tuesday, February 28, 2012. 7:30pm
Lectures in March will be on the 13th and 27th
Embroidery Excursion Saturday, February 18, 2012
Winter Break Excursion: Gwangneung & Sanjeong Lake Sunday, February 26, 2012
Yeoju: Shilluk-Sa, Empress Myongsong’s Birthplace, & King Sejong’s Tomb Saturday, March 17, 2012
Special Book Sale
50% reduction on most of the RASKB’s books until Feb. 29
See our home page for the announcement http://www.raskb.com/
RAS Reading Club
To learn about Korea and develop cultural literacy through reading works of Korean literature and other fields of the humanities. The next meeting will be held on Monday, February 27 at 7 pm in the Inje University building (See map in “Library” in our home page).
Contact: Bob Fouser kagoshimabob at gmail.com
RAS Photo Special Interest Group
We have started a photography special interest group, which will call the RAS Photo SIG, to help people improve their photographic skills. Next meeting Wednesday, February 8th, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the conference room on the second floor of the Somerset Palace
Contact: Tom Coyner tom at softlandingkorea.com
RAS National Museum of Korea: RASKB lecture-visit
We are exploring the possibility of offering a monthly in-depth tour of one portion of the National Museum of Korea with an English-speaking member of their staff. The first such visit, to the ceramic galleries, will be held on Wednesday February 22, starting at 7:00 pm. There is no charge but it is open to RASKB members only. Those wishing to attend should send an email to royalasiatickorea at gmail.com as soon as possible, also indicating if you would be interested in a regular monthly program of such visits.
It is possible to sign up for our emailed Newsletters (domestic and overseas) through links in the Membership section of our home page www.raskb.com
We welcome suggestions for other possible activities, as well as lectures and excursions
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