Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Gallery Special Exhibition – Growing on Their Own

Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Gallery Special Exhibition – Growing on Their Own

The exhibition “Growing on Their Own”, a gallery special exhibition at the Korean Cultural Center of Chicago will be held starting this Saturday, June 19th with an opening reception at 5pm.
The Cultural Center Gallery, which has established itself as a cultural space in Chicago has dedicated this exhibition to support the continuous work of award-winning artists from the New Artist Contest as well as to provide exhibition opportunities to local artists in Chicago and artists overseas in Korea.

 

Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Student Art Contest Award Ceremony

The Korean Cultural Center of Chicago is holding it’s 3rd Student Art Contest for all students living in the greater Chicagoland area. The Awards Ceremony and Exhibition Reception hosted by the Korean Cultural Center of Chicago will be held on May 15 at 5pm at the Cultural Center Gallery.

A total of 92 artworks were submitted in this competition, of which 31 were awarded.

The Grand Prize will be awarded the Congressman Brad Schneider Certificate, and the 1st Prize will be awarded the President of Wheeling Certificate.

In particular, Scott R. Britton (County Commissioner) and Liz Polmanski (Deputy Chief of Staff), Patrick Horcher (The Village of Wheeling President) and Debbie Fandrei (Buffalo Grove Raupp Museum Curator) will attend this ceremony to honor the awardees.

Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Student Art Contest

Korean Cultural Center of Chicago Student Art Contest

The 3rd Korean Cultural Center of Chicago’s Student Art Contest will be collecting artwork on May 7th and May 8th. 2D work in any genre with the theme of “Exploring K-Culture” can be submitted, and all students in greater Chicago area and suburbs are encouraged to participate.

The student art contest which was temporarily suspended since 2015 has been revived to promote Korean culture to the next generation. To encourage more students to participate, it has been widely opened to any students that are interested, where in the past it was mainly open to Korean students. In view of the recent increase in the status of Korean culture, the theme of the work is “Exploring K-Culture”, and students interested in Korean culture are expected to fully unleash their hidden talents at this opportunity.

The competition is divided into 4 sections; elementary school grades (K – 2nd), elementary school grades (3rd-5th), middle school (6th – 8th), and high school (9th – 12th). Each section will have 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners and 1 overall grand prize winner. In addition, special prizes and other winning prizes will be awarded.

Please check the standards of work and competition rules at KCCoC website (www.kccoc.org) and for competition inquiries please contact KCCoC at (847) 947-4460 or [email protected].

Presidential Perspectives: A Conversation With the Descendants of Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Franklin D. Roosevelt

Presidential Perspectives: A Conversation With the Descendants of Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Franklin D. Roosevelt

Join Ari Shapiro, Award-winning journalist and weekday co-host of NPR’s All Things Considered, as he moderates a not-to-be-missed event. Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of Harry S. Truman and author of “Growing Up With My Grandfather: Memories of Harry S. Truman”; Mary Jean Eisenhower, granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower and chairman emeritus of People to People International; and Scott Roosevelt, great-grandson of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Vice Principal in charge of Curriculum and Instruction at Grant High School, Portland Oregon, will share little-known stories about growing up with three of America’s most well-known Presidents. They will also reflect on the legacies their grandfathers left for them – and for the world.

Tickets: $10 Non-Members; Free to Members.

Registration: http://ihm.ec/presidentialperspectives

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about how to access the program.