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Along with the art exhibition, the Old Korea Project team offers various types of learning and networking opportunities such as receptions, lectures, art classes and art educator workshops.

Check out our events below! 

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Opening Reception

Friday, September 2nd, 5-7pm
@ Wellington B. Gray Gallery

RSVP please. Free Admission. Open to public

Come and join us celebrating the opening of the OLD KOREA exhibition. Meet the collector family, the project team members, talented faculties and students of the EUC College of Fine Arts, and Greenville community members! 



Guest Lecture: Museum PR & Community Engagement Strategies

Wednesday, September 14, 9 - 10 am & 11 - 12 pm
@ Faulkner Gallery 

Free admission. Students and Faculties from all majors are welcome!

Dr. Melissa Johnson (PR Professor at NC State University), the author of “Engaging Diverse Communities: A Guide to Museum Public Relations” will provide communicators at museums with community engagement strategies and theoretical frameworks of exhibition planning.

We had a great session with Dr. Johnson! Photos and lecture materials are available. Click HERE!


Guest Lecture: 
Cultural Connection and Appreciation in Art Education

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Thursday, September 8, 8:30 am - 9 :30 am 

Online Lecture via WebEx. Lecture recording is available upon request. Contact Dr. Borim Song at

Students and Faculties from all majors are welcome!

Dr. Ahran Koo (Art Education Professor at California State University - Fresno) will share her insight about value and impact of cultural connection and appreciation in Art Education by exploring the artists' work.



Fun Art Class for Korean Language School

Saturday, September 17 at 10:00 am @ Jenkins Fine Arts Center & Wellington B. Gray Gallery

Art Class

Contact Dr. Borim Song ( for more information and participation inquiries.

Students at Greenville Korean Language School will have a special art class in the theme of Old Korea.   

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Guest Lecture:
Visual Journals from Korea: The Early 20th century Prints of Elizabeth Keith, Lilian May Miller, and Paul Jacoulet

Wednesday, September 28th at 9 am – 10 am (ET)

Online Lecture via WebEx HERE.

Students and Faculties from all majors are welcome!

Jinyoung A. Jin  (Director of cultural programs at the Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University) explores the intercontinental travel, communication, and cultural exchanges of three Western artists: Elizabeth Keith (1887–1956), Lilian May Miller (1895–1943), and Paul Jacoulet (1896–1960) in the early twentieth century. The lecture will analyze the works of these artists reflect predominant Orientalist Western ideologies of the time; visually capture Korea as a place of romance, exotic beings, haunting memories, and landscapes; and interact Western aesthetics with Eastern techniques. 


Guest Lecture:
Diverse Voices in PR

Thursday, September 29th at 12:30pm – 1:30pm (ET)

Online Lecture via WebEx. Register HERE.

Students and Faculties from all majors are welcome!


Ms. Shelley Spector is a co-founder of the Museum of PR. Located in New York City, the museum is a wonderful venue for PR education and history.  Ms. Spector will share stories how she share diversity with what she is doing in the museum. Ms. Spector is also a co-founder of her own company, Spector Public Relations, and published an edited book, "Divers Voices: Profiles on Leadership


Guest Lecture:
Highlighting a Hard-To-Reach Community through an Ethnic media & Museum

Tuesday, October 18, 2022
3:30 pm-4:40 pm (ET) / 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm (PT)


Online Lecture via WebEx. Register HERE.

Students and Faculties from all majors are welcome!

Mr. Joey Quenga is a CEO, Program Director, and Radio Personality at Island City of Dash Radio. He has been working in the ethnic media field for a long time, along with supporting the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum (PieAM) in Long Beach CA.  From the inception of the PieAM, Mr. Quenga has been deeply involved in fundraising, promotion, and community engagement for the museum (PieAm).  Mr. Quenga has recently been brought on as a "Cultural Consultant" with Disney, where he ensures the Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander culture is represented accurately and respectfully. 

Through his lecture, students will learn how to highlight a hard-to-reach community through ethnic media and museum.

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K-12 Art Educator Workshop

Thursday, September 29th at 5:30pm - 8:30pm @ Jenkins Fine Arts Center & Wellington B. Gray Gallery

Contact Dr. Borim Song ( for more information.

Dr. Borim Song will host a workshop for K-12 art teachers. The workshop will include course development idea that aligns with Old Korea and discussion regarding how to embed diversity education in art curriculum.

Professor Matt Egan will lead a print-making workshop, "An introduction to traditional multi-block relief printing."  

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