Host of ITAC5 in 2020, the Korea Arts & Culture Education Service (KACES) leads South Korea's ITAC Hub. A public agency in the Republic of Korea, KACES was established under the enactment of the ‘Support for Arts and Culture Education Act’ in 2005. KACES caries out a range of public projects that provide access to quality arts and culture education to all members of society, facilitated by TAs and practitioners from various fields. The South Korea ITAC Hub will focus on developing Teaching Artists' practices and advocacy efforts, and supporting a larger sector that grows and responds.Sign up to receive updates
The South Korea Hub took the ITAC6 mainstage by storm, kicking off our third and final day with a bang. So Yeon Kim and JeeHye Suh introduced a group of 5 Korean Teaching Artist dancers, who led our entire plenary in a high energy exploration of 'How does dance play as a catalyst for connecting people?'
By the end of their piece, the hall was on it's feet, dancing, and following the non-verbal instructions we were given.
If you missed it (and even if you didn't), we strongly encourage you to watch the livestream footage of the performance. We dare you not to dance!
Title: The Embodied Catalyst; Dancing with/of/about/on/within/for you
- Soyeon Kim, Dain Jung, and Jane Park (KACES)