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  • The First Half of 2015: Exhibition Related Education Program for Visitors with Disabilities 《Robot Series》 Close
    • Venue/ Green Room and Exhibition Space at Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Participants/ Group of Students with Disabilities(20 students)
    • Period/ 2015.04.06(Mon) ~ 2015.06.19(Fri)

  • The First Half of 2015: Exhibition Related Education Program for Students Groups 《Robot Series》 Close
    • Venue/ Green Room and Exhibition Space at Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Participants/ Student Groups from Elementary Schools(20 to 40 students)
    • Period/ 2015.03.24(Tue) ~ 2015.06.19(Fri)

  • 2015 NJP Saturday Teen’s Program LESSON 1. 《Performance(Body and Expression)》 Close
    • Venue/ Seminar Room and Exhibition Space at Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Participants/ 14 to 19 Years-Old Students
    • Period/ 2015.03.21(Sat) ~ 2015.04.18(Sat)

  • The First Half of 2015: Teacher Workshop
    • Venue/ Seminar Room and Exhibition Space at Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Participants/ Teachers from Elementary, Middle and High Schools, Art Instructors(80 people)
    • Period/ 2015.03.24(Tue)

  • 2014 Winter Vacation Special Docent Program for Students 《Dreamed Future》 Close
    • Venue/ Green Room and Exhibition Space at Nam June Paik Art Center
    • Participants/ Student Groups from Elementary Schools(Up to 20 students)
    • Period/ 2015.01.05(Mon) ~ 2015.01.21(Wed)

  • Event 2015 RANDOM ACCESS PERFORMANCE

    Dappertutto is an Italian word for ‘everywhere,’ and therefore, Dappertutto Studio means a studio that exists everywhere or a studio of everywhere. As is suggested by the name, this theatrical company is characterized mostly by its topsy-turvy, experimental identity. Led by director Zuck-geuk, they explore and examine the requirements for theatrical art, one by one, such as a drama, a theater, actors, the audience, etc. The piece named as same as the company, shown in 2015 Random Access, is a loose, random set of various episodes, not following any pre-determined plot. And their experiment in appropriating the form and aesthetics of the early Kabuki Theatre gives more freedom and interpretations to the play.

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