DHC Indang Museum Designated to Host 6 Public Projects


DHC Indang Museum Designated to Host 6 Public Projects Including the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Daegu Health College (DHC / President Dr. Nam, Sung-hee) Indang museum announced on the 17th that it was designated to host 6 museum projects to include one from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MoCST).

Designated projects include ‘Dwelling the Museum with Youth Mentor KB!’ hosted by Kookmin Bank (KB) and ‘Museum Education Fair’ hosted by the Korea Museum Association and the National Museum of Korea.

Indang Museum had been designated to support four MoCST’s projects such as culture day, humanities on the street, private college museum staff course, and college museum promotion project.

Dwelling the museum is a project in coordination with museums and art galleries Korea-wide to provide opportunities for the children and youth to visit and experience the museums.  Indang Museum will run a program for local elementary, middle and high school students with the theme ‘wish Dream, walk with my Dream.’  As the only wooden furniture museum in the area, Indang museum plans to help people understand the values of traditional trinkets, and help them make their own necklaces using mother of pearl lacquerware methods.

Program is available from May to November including weekends.  Registration available online at KB website http://kbmuseum.com.  All participants are provided with a small amount of education fees (inquiry 053-320-1857).

Indang Museum was also designated to host ‘museum education fair’ sponsored by MoCST and hosted by the National Museum of Korea and the Korea Museum Association.  The fair is on two days from 18th to the 19th, where the Indang Museum will showcase various education programs at their booth such as ‘make black lacquer necklace with your dreams’.  The purpose of this program is to offer opportunities to all citizens to experience diverse museum and art gallery programs celebrating the day of museum (18 MAY) enacted by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) and the week of museum & art galleries (10th ~ 19th).

Indang Museum director Seok, Eun-jo (47·Female·Professor, early childhood education) said “We will exhibit a differentiated programs with the opportunities on our hands. Providing our students and locals with various cultural experiences, Indang Museum will position itself as an iconic Cultural Complex in the area.”

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