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A Study on Current State and Typology of Korea Company Gallery since 1990 (1990년대 이후 한국 기업미술관의 현황 및 유형에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Hyeok-Ki
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.15 no.5
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    • pp.3203-3212
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    • 2014
  • Company. s support for culture and arts started from mecenat activities. After then, it played a role as a tool of the company to satisfy consumers. cultural desires and improve the company. s image. As time goes by, it became a culture marketing which encourages business activities. Therefore, many companies try to develop their culture marketing activities in various fields. Especially art marketing has increased consumers. expectation and interest about art activities. Also, art marketing has become important as it has helped consumers to have critical view about products and improve their standard of life. As a way of art marketing, a company provides diverse exhibitions, sponsors and education programs related to art in either a specific space of the company building or a separate place. It can be said that this example of art marketing is a kind of an image marketing and public welfare at the same time. This article presents the concept of culture marketing and current condition of company. s support for culture and arts. In addition, the article depicts the concept and classification of art marketing. Furthermore, through analysis of company exhibition space and programs, the article illustrates the features and typology of art galleries managed by companies.

A Study on the Aesthetic Emotion and Creativity of 'Objet Animation' -Focused on the analysis of 'Objet' type of cultural arts education outcomes- ('오브제(Object) 애니메이션'의 미학적 정서와 창의성에 관한 연구 -문화예술교육 결과물의 '오브제(Object)' 유형 분석을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Hyun-Young;Kim, Jae-Woong
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.43-73
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    • 2018
  • This is a study on 'Objet' in animation culture art education. Research on the use of Objet in modern art is actively under way. From Cubism to Dadaism, Surrealism, Futurism and Pop art, it is no exaggeration to say that the Objet is stepping with modern art. In addition, Objet has a remarkable value in the field of visual arts expressing 'motion' such as kinetic art, video art, media art, and animation. However, there are not many cases of classifying and studying the types of Objets used in artworks. Therefore, this researcher has been influenced by the surrealism discourse and prepared six types of Objets type analysis framework. And the research focused on 'the aesthetic emotion and educational aspect of creativity improvement' of Objet animation was conducted. The type analysis framework is named as a drawing Objet, Objet of existence, a morphine Objet, epidermis Objet, assigned Objet and assemblage Objet and this type is presented and analyzed with case image. The data used in this study was focused on the outcome of Objet animation that were trained for non-experts in culture and arts education. This aesthetic emotion refers to Freud's desire for life (Eros) as Attraction, and desire for death (Thanatos) as Uncanny (fearful unfamiliarity) and explains the conflicting concept with the Animism, the indigenous religion. Next, educational aspects of Objet animation creativity improvement in relation to the term 'functional fixedness' was discussed as described by Gestalt psychologist Karl Duncker (1903-1940). Overcoming the functional fixedness is a phenomenon that is fixed only to the functional aspects of things and can't be changed. In this study, the educational aspect of creativity improvement was demonstrated as a case of overcoming the functional fixedness through 'Objet Animation' culture and art education. Ultimately, this study is to prove the aesthetic emotion and creativity of the Objet animation by analyzing Objet types. Furthermore, it is meaningful to suggest direction when using 'Objet Animation' in culture and arts education.

Composition and Realization of Korean Culture Liberal Arts Subjects for International Students (외국인 유학생을 위한 한국문화 교양교과목 구성과 실제)

  • Mun, Jung-Hyun
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.658-666
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    • 2020
  • In this paper it is considered that international students who are studying at Korean universities have difficulty in completing their studies while adjusting to Korean university life. The reason for this is that most international students enter university but they are lack of liberal arts knowledge such as Korean language skills and foundation studies necessary for their major studies. However, most universities focus on teaching Korean language as a liberal arts course for international students. Therefore It suggests that the most important and urgent required is for international students to improve their liberal arts knowledge as well as their Korean language skills. Furthermore, this paper argues order for international students who do not have enough liberal arts such as Korean language proficiency or basic science to study successfully, a systematic liberal arts curriculum and teaching methods for international students should be presented and applied in the field. Accordingly, this paper shows an example of the class operated by applying the knowledge-based Korean language teaching method to the cultural class, which is a dedicated subjects for international students, and proved its effectiveness.

Analysis of Indwelling Concepts of Mathematics in Korean Childhood Traditional Plays (한국 아동의 전통놀이에 내재된 수학의 개념 분석)

  • Kye, Young Hee;Ha, Yeon Hee;Kweon, Mee Ryang
    • Journal for History of Mathematics
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.93-108
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    • 2018
  • In Nuri curriculum, Korean traditional culture has presented by 'Our country's plays and arts'. Games in the traditional play culture for children include ones such as tangram, top-spinning game, game of slap-match, sabangchigi. In this paper, we analyse concepts of mathematics in Korean childhood traditional plays. In detail, we show that number concepts, geometric space sense, measure calculation ability and problem-solving capability through 15 Korean traditional games.

A Study on Effects of Service Quality of Local Culture Art Service Quality on Effect and Customer Satisfaction (지역문화예술서비스품질이 경제적·문화적 효과와 고객만족에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Moon, Jae-Young;Park, Kyung-Sik;Lee, Eun-Ji
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.558-569
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    • 2020
  • There has been a steady increase in cultural arts recently, and the need for "regional culture and arts" has been raised as local residents have been making efforts to increase income and develop local areas for regional development. Therefore, this study was intended to establish empirically the effects of local cultural and arts service quality on performance effects and customer satisfaction. Research shows that it affects economic and social and cultural effects as a service quality dimension, and performance effects affect customer satisfaction and intention to reuse them. However, research between customers and employees showed some differences. Through this research, we want to identify what important service quality factors are to satisfy the customers and employees who are watching the performance arts, understand the level of awareness of the effects of the performance, and provide an opportunity to enhance customer satisfaction with the audience and staff.

Consideration of the Courtesy Education at the Dining Table in the Books of Social Norms of Joseon Dynasty Era (조선시대 규범서(朝鮮時代 規範書)에 나타난 밥상머리 예절교육(禮節敎育) 내용에 관한 고찰(考察))

  • Ju, Young Ae;Won, Miyeon
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.54 no.4
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    • pp.415-426
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    • 2016
  • We researched the modern meanings of traditional dining table courtesy education and its correlation with the main values of contemporary personality education based on dining table courtesy education stated in the social norms texts of the Joseon dynasty. Among the social norms of the Joseon dynasty, we chose Sohak, Naehun, Dongmongsuji, Seonghakjibyo, Gyeongmongyogyeol, Jeungbosallimgyeongje, Sasojeol, and Koamgahoon for research. As a result of our research on these documents and books, the modern meanings of the courtesy education at the dining table can be summarized as follow. First, the courtesy education has table manners appropriate for the development level of early children. Second, it teaches right-handed dining manners that match the features of Korean food culture. Third, it has the self-discipline and the values of community life, sharing, solicitude, and communication. Fourth, parents and grandparents are involved in the education. Fifth, it has the core values of modern personality education: manners, filial piety, respect, solicitude, communication, cooperation, and responsibility. Future courtesy education at the dining table should include practical education programs that can consolidate the bond of sympathy between the home, school, and society, and can improve its practice; in addition, to expand the opportunities for education, proactive social support is demanded.

Measures to Improve Culinary Trends in Korean Court Food Based on the Perception of Korean Royal Court Cuisine (궁중음식 인식성향에 따른 궁중음식 메뉴개발 방향성에 대한 조사)

  • Koo, Ha Yeon;Choung, Seo Yeong;Jeong, Hee Sun
    • Korean journal of food and cookery science
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    • v.32 no.3
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    • pp.370-381
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: This study assesses Korean royal court cuisine as perceived by culinary professionals and students for the development of Korean dining. Methods: It was observed in a survey that Korean royal cuisine could be grouped into four classes represented by the following factors: popularity, standardization, tradition, and haute-cuisine. Results: From the analysis of the survey results, it was determined that the people surveyed could be grouped into the following three categories: those who prefer standardization/pursuit of haute-cuisine, traditionalists/popularizers, and those who are indifferent. The survey also assessed whether the ten most popular Korean dishes served to foreigners had variations in royal court cuisine and which food ingredients and combinations of dishes would be the most appropriate. It was determined that control over the sweetness when cooking Bulgogi was needed. For food usually consumed for invigoration, especially for the broth of soup dishes in summer, women preferred clear meat broth with soup than men. When preparing Japchae, it was found that control over the ratio between glass noodles and vegetables and control over the sweetness were needed with respect to the main dishes. Conclusion: The indicator 'education on Korean royal court cuisine culture' showed relatively low satisfaction compared to its high importance, implying that further improvement in these development measures is especially required.

A Study on Effect of the Children Culture Art Education Program Activity in Local Child Care Center -Focusing on Traditional dance program- (지역아동센터의 문화예술교육프로그램에 대한 효과 연구 -전통춤 프로그램 중심으로-)

  • Bae, Na-Rae
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.8
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    • pp.115-123
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    • 2017
  • This study examined traditional dance programs in cultural and arts education in local children's centers. We aimed to contribute to the voluntary and active participation of children in cultural and arts education through differentiated cultural and arts educational programs. Interviews were conducted from March 2016- June, 2016 at A Regional Children's Center in Chungnam. Once a week, a 50-minute were held 16 Session as "learning traditional joyful dance". After completing the program, 25 children who participated in the program were asked about the good points and disappointments regarding the program. The interviews used open, structured questions that have been primarily used in phenomenological research. The list of questions was prepared in advance according to the research purpose. The results of the study are as follows: The evaluation of the first program was generally positive. By experiencing activities through cultural and arts education through traditional dance programs for children, children learned to be polite. It also changed positively in conversation. Children who showed negative attitudes toward traditional dance programs gradually participated in activities. Second, I examined the evaluation of lecturers who teach traditional dance. The children's response to the program was positive, with sincere and responsible lecture preparation and progress. The instructor prepared the class in advance, welcomed the children and ran the class in good faith. Instructors who taught traditional dances were proficient in dance, majored in dance and teaching children. The learning effect was high by the instruction of the good dance movement. Rich in lecture experience, he is proficient in dealing with children in class. Material was delivered according to the child's dance level.

Acceptance History of Korean Musical Theatre in 1960s and Cultural Imperialism (1960년대 한국의 뮤지컬 수용 역사와 문화제국주의)

  • Lee, Gye-Chang
    • (The) Research of the performance art and culture
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    • no.37
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    • pp.249-293
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    • 2018
  • The Musical Theatre was a popular art genre that originated from the western musical tradition represented by the European opera. In the twentieth century, it bloomed around Broadway in the United States. It is also one of the commercial arts which is popularly loved by the public in the field of performing arts all over the world at present. Due to the nature of this genre, the development of dramas and the expression of characters use music, not words or gestures, as the main medium. And the style of music reacts sensitively to the taste of the public, not to a particular class. When Japan colonized Korea, the empire strongly believed modernization equaled westernization and Japan was the one who could awaken Korean. The Japanese colonial music education was intended to bring cooperation and obedience to Japan by forcibly injecting Japanese ideology and culture into Joseon people. The music education of colonialism with the textbook of the "Songs for public education(보통교육 창가집)" compiled by the Japanese government was a sparkstone for the conversion of the Korean musical identity to Japanese and Western music. In addition to the capitalistic economical mechanism for establishing a South Korean government friendly with the United States during the Cold War after liberation, and the rush of American Pop culture represented by 'the show stage in 8th US Arm' and 'movies' which are to be the influence of invisible 'new cultural imperialism', our traditional music was confined to the meaning of 'Korean music', meaning 'past music'. In Korea, after the liberation, the musical was introduced by the influx of American popular culture. In accordance with the cultural policy of Park Jeong-hee regime, which aimed to spread the 'healthy culture' through the modernization of traditional arts, 'The Yegreen(예그린악단)' was founded. However, the plan to create a contemporary performing art based on Korean national arts showed the possibility of success in 1966 with the success of , but soon after, they have been destined to fall into an institution that has lost their ability to operate on their own due to the suspension of the sponsorship of the regime. Due to the cultural imperialist strategy of the influence of Japanese imperialism's colonial music education and influx of American popular culture after liberation, in the early days of Korean musicals, our traditional aesthetic style brought about the situation of the 1960 's, which did not become an independent ethnic art through the exchange and expansion with Western music. This is the background of the western licensed musicals led by the Korean musical market in the 21st century as well as the main cause of musical creation based on western music.

A Study on the Fine Art and Cultural Policy under the U.S. Military Government in Korea, 1945~1948 (미군정의 문화정책과 미술, 1945~1948)

  • Ahn, Jin-Ie
    • The Journal of Art Theory & Practice
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    • no.4
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    • pp.7-32
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    • 2006
  • This study is about the cultural policy related to fine art under the U. S. Military Government in Korea(USAMGIK), from September 8, 1945, to August 15, 1948. Drawing on the previous studies of Korean art history in the 'Liberation Period', this study especially concentrates on intention, attitude and activities of the USAMGIK. Particularly the historical documents, stored at the National Archives at the College Park, Maryland, U.S.A., were valuable to do research on the cultural policy of USAMGIK. The cultural policy was subordinated to the political objectives of occupation that can be summarized to building a stronghold of anti-communism in South Korea. Under the U.S. Military government control, cultural matters were assigned to the Cultural Section, the Bureau of Education, which later turns into the Bureau of Culture, the Department of Education. The Bureau of Culture dealt with matters of the ancient Korean art treasures and of the Korean contemporary art. USAMGIK reopened the Korean National Museum which had been closed by the Japanese since the World War II period. After that, U.S. Department of State sent arts & monuments specialists to South Korea for investigating ancient Korean art and culture. Although some of the destructed art treasures were restored during the occupation, th ere were many negative cases including intentional destruction of historic sites or loot of art treasures by U.S. army. In contrast to their interest in the Korean antiquities, USAMGIK payed little attention to promoting the Korean contemporary artists and their arts. USAMGIK distrusted and suppressed the artists of leftism, while they kept good relations with the pro-American artists and the right-wing artists. In conclusion, the visual-cultural policy of USAMGK was mainly planned and carried out in order to preserve the national interest of the United States. This period produced long-term effects on the fine art and visual culture of South Korea, in terms of institution, policy, and reorganization of art community based on anti-cummunism.

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