Balanced Growth of High School Students in Korean Traditional Arts
We conduct various projects for high school students in local areas who are majoring in Korean traditional arts to motivate and raise their pride in their majors.
We narrow regional education gaps and help them grow into talent, who will be the future of Korean traditional performing arts.
We run "Motivational Workshops for Local High School Students Majoring in Korean Traditional Arts" where local art high school students can explore various career paths by visiting institutions and facilities related to Korean traditional performing arts.
We have developed the "Korean Traditional Performing Arts Foundation Application", where local high school students who have difficulty practicing ensembles, due to a curriculum that is focused solely on majors, can practice for ensembles with the help of our mobile application. In addition, we are expanding educational opportunities by producing and distributing Korean traditional music theory videos for local students who have less access to Korean traditional music theory education due to information interruption and lack of demand.
From 2017 until now, more than 1,300 students majoring in Korean traditional arts in more than 30 schools have visited the National Gugak Center, Gugak FM, the Gugak Museum, and national and public concert troupes; and they have watched performances and exhibitions and have participated in various cultural events.
Education Motivational Workshop for Local High School Students Majoring in Korean Traditional Arts
The workshop is held about 10 times a year for students and teachers (20 schools, about 300 people) majoring in Korean traditional music and Korean traditional dance at local art high schools.
Depending on the location of the school and the travel distance from the school, the workshop programs are divided into two two-day or three-day courses. The workshop provides tours of Korean traditional performing arts organizations and concert troupes, master mentoring classes, performance and exhibition viewings, and various hands-on experiences including broadcasting and recording.
Education Korean Traditional Arts Education Textbook Development for Self Learning
Korean Traditional Performing Arts Foundation Application, called Woori Ensemble in Korean, provides learning content for ensembles, accompaniment and lectures in Korean traditional music theories. To this day, the application has 60 ensembles including Jeongak (court and literary music of the Joseon Dynasty) and Korean folk music for practice, and more than 20 Korean traditional music theory lectures. The content is continuously expanding.
※ Korean Traditional Performing Arts Foundation Application is developed on both iOS and Android systems in response to various demands and surroundings.
Department : Strategy Development Team 02-580-3262