Academic Discipline

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Educational Objectives

The Advanced Major Course in Fine Art is an educational course for artists, theoretical experts, and education experts, designed to produce professionals in various art markets, such as art directors, exhibition planners, art dealers, art curators, and exhibition staff, who will play an active role in the growing Asian art market.

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Operation plan

Under the educational philosophy of converging art and scientific technology to produce professionals with creativity and practical skills, the Department of Fine Art has an educational goal of producing professionals in the fine arts who lead the creative cultural industry, and an educational objective of providing specialized occupational training for the harmonization of industry and college education. This is because industrial demand for fine art experts is rapidly increasing due to diversification and subdivision of job fields.

Curriculum

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Curriculum (one-year course)
Semester Division Course Title Credit Lecture
(hours)
Practice
(hours)
1
(1-1)
Major Artistic Research I 4 2 2
Drawing I 2 0 2
Painting I 2 0 2
Intermedia I 2 0 2
Installation Art I 2 0 2
Illustration I 2 0 3
Subtotal 15 2 13
2
(1-2)
Major Artistic Research II 4 2 2
Drawing II 2 0 2
Painting II 2 0 2
Intermedia II 2 0 2
Installation Art II 2 0 2
Illustration II 3 0 3
Subtotal 15 2 13
Total 30 4 26
SOUG Youngki

SOUG Youngki (Chair of Department)

ykseok@kaywon.ac.kr

bachelor of philsophy, KOREA UNIVERSITY, seoul
bachelor of fine art, UNIVERSITE PARIS VIII, paris
master of fine art, CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK, new york

<19 solo exhibitions >
young exploring exhibition, national museum, 1994
city and image, seoul city museum, 1996
book made by artist, korean culture and arts foundation, 1999
print and information, seoul city museum, 2011

somi lee

somi lee

somilee@kaywon.ac.kr

B.F.A. Sculpture, Seoul National University, Korea
Kunstakademie Duesseldorf, Germany
Meisterschuler by prof. Fritz Schwegler
2004: Visiting scholar in Department of Art at California State University LA
2015: Visiting scholar in Department of Landscape Architecture Design at Virginia Tech
1990~ Several Times Solo and Group Exhibitions
2008: BOOK 『The New Three-Dimensional Works』 , Misinsa, ISBN 978-89-408-0327-1
www.somilee.com

JUNG  KUG  SEO

JUNG KUG SEO

jkseo@kaywon.ac.kr

1986 BFA, Hong-lk University, Department of Painting, Seoul
1990 Kunstakademie Duesseldorf, Department of Sculpture, Germany
1991 Meisterschueler by Prof. Guenther Uecker
1992, 1997 Arbeitsstipendium by Autokrft, Kiel
Exchange Professor, Whitewater Wisconsin State University, USA

<28 SOLO EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)>
2008: The Robert A. Fiskum Art Gallery, Whitewater, USA
2004: Cergy Pontoise National Art School, Paris, France
2003: Garam Art Gallery, Seoul
2002: Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul
<GROUP EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)>
2012: Changwon International Sculpture Biennale, Changwon
2008: International Sculpture in Aglie 2008, Aglie, Italy Busan Biennale, International Sculpture Project 2008, Busan, Korea
2005:"Anyang Public Art Project", Anyang-shi
2004: "Declaration",100 Artists for Peace, National Museum of Contemporary Art

Seungcheol Hong

Seungcheol Hong

puzz@kaywon.ac.kr

Department of Sculpture, Kaywon School of Art & Design
Master of Industrial Ceramics, Hongik University
Paju Heyri Cultural District Art Valley Art Committee
Artroad 77 Art Fair Steering Committee
Anyang City Arts Council member
Present) KUMA Curator
Member of Hugh-Belt Project, Ministry of Employment and Labor (Curator)
Participated in Daegu Art Fair and Gwangju Art Fair