Seoul City announced Friday this fall will be filled with abundant and diverse exhibitions and experience events, either free or with low admission costs.
For the pleasure of the eyes, various art exhibitions will be held at venues such as parks, art galleries and libraries across the city.
The 6th Seoul International Art Biennale showing works based on the blend of media technology and modern art will be held at the Seoul Museum of Art until Nov. 17.
The Nowon Art Center in Nowon-gu, northern Seoul, is currently hosting an exhibition of Austrian painter Franz Brandner’s impressionism artwork, which mainly shows the sceneries of Korea and Austria. The exhibit will continue until Sept. 16.
The Korea-Japan festival photo show will be at the Cheonggye Square from Sept. 27 to 30, and the 2010 Insa Art Fair will be staged at the galleries in Insa-dong, Sept. 27 to 30.
Among the experience events, a Seven Treasure craft class will be provided at the Sindang Creative Arcade every Saturday.
Also, the Olympic Park in Songpa-gu will hold the 2010 Hanseong Cultural Festival where people can learn the culture and history of the Baekjae Kingdom and try earthenware making, from Sept. 17 to 19.
There will also be other impressive shows and events. Further information can be obtained by contacting the Dasan Call Center on 120.