Hosted by the School of Art, the International Symposium on Korean Photography at the Center for Creative Photography auditorium focuses on the state of contemporary Korean photography. The symposium coincides with the opening of “Wonders and Witness: Contemporary Photography from Korea,” an exhibition at CCP from Nov. 18 to Jan. 27 in the Center Galleries.
Saturday, Nov. 18: The first day includes two panel discussions and a roundtable with various esteemed speakers, including Dr. Park Pyongjong, professor, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea; Dr. Kim Youngmin, professor, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea; Zhao Yechen, assistant curator of photography, Art Institute of Chicago; Linde Lehtinen, curator of photography, Huntington Library; Dr. Jeehey Kim, assistant professor, University of Arizona; and Kim Namin, curator, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea.
Saturday, Nov. 19: The last day features a panel discussion at 1:10 p.m. with photographers featured in the “Wonders and Witness” exhibition. Speakers include Kim Oksun, Gwon Doyeon, Oh Heinkuhn and Yoon JeongMee.
• Register for the symposium here: https://koreanphotography.art.arizona.edu