2004 01/01 - 2008 01/01

OCAC Lecture

Introduction to The Contemporary Lecture Room The Contemporary Lecture Room is one of the academic activities of Open-Contemporary Art Center that focuses on essential lessons concerning the visual arts. The majority of the lectures are given by OCAC members. In these lectures, the members share the results of their academic research, such as paintings, sculptures, performance art, multi-media arts, ink and wash paintings, architecture, and images that are implementations of creativity. In addition, we invite professionals and scholars to lecture on topics such as art critique and curating. Following the historical perspectives addressed in the lectures, listeners are guided into an investigation of/ the work of contemporary artists.

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