February 26th, 2013 | by The Editor
A South African-born lover of art, Lindri Steenkamp has taken full advantage of her time (one year, thus far) in Korea to explore many elements within the creative sphere. Theater, poetry, visual art, and music as well as photography have colored her world with beauty and purpose within the context of Korean living and culture
February 24th, 2013 | by Yeonjin Jang
Jacob Zych’s talk, “Self Directed Learning” (SDL), makes a good case for informal styles of learning, explaining what they are, how they work and how people can use them effectively.
February 10th, 2013 | by the admin
This talk is about a public library in Kenya that Margaret is building with a friend. It is in a village of about 1500 people, and it will be the first public library in the entire region, which includes about 70,000 people. The talk will explain how the project started, how money was raised, and the building's progress
February 2nd, 2013 | by the admin
This presentation will offer up key insights to life in Bohol, including its economy, social and historic diversity, and of course ideal places to see and things to do on this idyllic island
December 5th, 2012 | by the Media Editor
Gwangju Performance Project presented Six Plays, Four Nights, One Couch. We got a chance to talk with the people involved!
October 16th, 2012 | by Rani Cheema
So the moral of the story is: listen to your co-workers and friends and eat your kimchi! Follow us on a journey with Kimchi.
October 8th, 2012 | by Andrea Edwards
Every year for about nine weeks in the autumn Gwangju lives up to its name as the “City of art and culture” when the biennale rolls into town. Here's a story about Biennale 2012.
October 4th, 2012 | by BreeAnn Cowger
As Korea continues to emerge on the global stage, more expats will continue to join the mainstream workforce alongside Koreans, and the range of jobs that foreigners occupy will continue to expand. Read the story of Jen Lee, an emerging artist working here in Gwangju
September 6th, 2012 | by Angie Hartley
If you pass through Daein Market on a normal day, you may not notice anything special about it right away. You will see the usual vegetable stands, smell the salty air preserving dried fish and hear the friendly calls of elderly shop owners. However, upon closer examination of this archeological site, one can also feel the vibrations of new life pulsing through the veins of each alleyway
August 22nd, 2012 | by Leigh Hellman
This is the Gwangju Korean Learners’ Club (GKLC), and the woman is Doaa Ghareeb. She’s not imposing, but Doaa’s clearly in charge.