한전-예술의전당, 문화예술사업 업무협력 협약 체결
예술(Art)과 기술(Technology)이 접목되는 미래지향적인 시각미술
*아래는 위 기사를 구글 번역기로 번역한 영문 기사의 [전문]이다.Below is the [full text] of an English article translated from the above article with Google Translate.
KEPCO-Seoul Arts Center signed a business cooperation agreement for culture and arts business
Future-oriented visual art that combines art and technology
[The story of the case / Reporter Park Yeon-pa] = KEPCO (CEO Jong-gap Kim) signed an agreement for cultural and artistic business cooperation with Seoul Arts Center (President In-Taek Yoo) at KEPCO Art Center in Seoul on Thursday, November 19th.
The main content of the business agreement is to cooperate with each other in public offering, planning, hosting, and operation of exhibitions and performances to expand opportunities for people to enjoy culture and arts.
As the first cultural and art cooperation project, the new media art competition, <The Art of Tomorrow>, is planned to be co-hosted at the Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul Arts Center in the spring of 2021. In this exhibition, KEPCO and the Seoul Arts Center intend to present to the public a future-oriented visual art that combines art and technology.
KEPCO, which leads the digital transformation of the electric power industry, and Korea's leading cultural and arts institution, the Seoul Arts Center, will meet to exhibit various art works using future technologies such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR).
The competition period is from November 24 to January 11, 2021, and 12 winning works and 3 final winning works will be awarded 4 million won and 5 million won in creative support, respectively. For more information, please visit KEPCO and Seoul Arts Center website.
At the signing ceremony that day, KEPCO President Kim Jong-gap said, "We will continue to work on various Mecenat activities so that the people can enjoy more of high-quality culture and arts."
In addition, KEPCO organizes the KBS KEPCO Music Concours every year to discover classical prospects, and holds a Hope and Love Sharing Concert with private symphony orchestras such as Korean Symphony, New Seoul Philharmonic, and Prime Philharmonic. In addition, it is holding'Happy Performance Sharing', an auditorium donation event that provides opportunities for cultural and artistic viewing to the vulnerable in society.
Yoo In-taek, president of the Seoul Arts Center, said, "I hope that the two companies will think together for the future and development of Korean culture and art and expand the base of culture."
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