It is not every day that esteemed authors visit Seoul, but from May 23-25, 2017, if you're in the vicinity of the Kyobo Convention Hall in Gwanghwamun, central Seoul, then pop into the forum 'Literature and Its Readership in the Changing World'.
Hosted every five years by Daesan Foundation and Arts Council Korea, the Seoul International Forum for Literature (SIFL), you'll get to see, listen and mull over the thoughts of over fifty great authors from Korea, and thirteen esteemed writers~scientists from overseas.
Of course, the event is in delivered in both Korean and English and will be the highlight of your literary calendar. So, you need to be there. Check out all the details, register at seoulforum.org and then book your plane ticket! Enjoy!
We all know that books aren't just books and that for many of us, they are the inspiration form the Gods. Well not really, but they tend to mean quite a lot to us over the years, especially if we have grown up with them as kids. So check out these great lessons you can learn from the collection of books found by Russell Working.
So if you're business is art in all forms, then maybe your form needs to be shown to the world. Well you can do this with a little help and winning exposure from the Melbourne Prize Trust.
You don't have long though - to be exact, you have only until May 17th 5pm to get your entries into this Urban Sculpture, Rural & Regional Development Award. And...in conjunction with this award closing, is the Public Artwork Design Concept Award - Crafting a City of Literature, which closes much the same time.
The award focusses on recognising and rewarding artistic excellence and talent in order to inspire creative development and enrich public life.
We hope you'll get your entries in for these most worthy awards and if you don't personally enter, don't forget to support someone who has entered the competition.
Total winnings are in the value of $120,000 and is open to all Victorian residences; the finalist exhibition will take place in Federation Square - 13~27 November, 2017.
So get out the welding torches, pots of glue, hammers and nails and discover the artist in you. Enter the Melbourne Prize Trust Awards by 17th May, 2017 - 5pm and you will be set for valuable funds to sit on your doorstep. With all that you'll be able to create a whole horde of luxurious sculptures.
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