The Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria invites you to a day of mask making. During the monthly Korean Culture Day, selected aspects of Korean culture are spotlighted. This month, the Mask will be the center of attraction.
In several climes, Masks have spiritual and religious meanings and are often used in ritual dances, social and religious events. The Korean similarities, differences and various meanings will be explored. Some these masks were used in war, ceremonially and for shamanistic ceremonies etc.
Everyone is welcome to explore and design their very own custom made masks.
DATE: 20 September 2017, Wednesday.
VENUE: Korean Cultural Centre Studio, Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Rivers State Building, 2nd Floor, Plot 83, Ralph Shodeinde Street, (Opposite Federal Ministry of Finance Headquarters), Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria.
CONTACT: Call +234 (0) 816 262 6224 OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR Visit their website: ngr.korean-culture.org
ADMISSION: FREE ENTRY
The Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria was established on May 24th 2010 to improve relations between the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Republic of Korea as well as to foster cultural exchange between both countries.
It’s mission is to introduce Korean Arts, Culture, Sports, Language and promote Taekwondo as well as promote the exchange of Culture, Sports, and Tourism between the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
To support Nigeria’s manpower development through the award of scholarships to Nigerian Students, assisting Nigerian students who want to study in Korea and sponsoring Journalists and Nigerians to seminars and training Programs in Korea.