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[Korea] Gyeonggi Int’l CeraMIX Biennale 2013 to begin Sep 28

Photo Credit: Korea Ceramic Foundation

The Gyeonggi International CeraMIX Biennale 2013 will take place in Icheon City, Yeoju City and Gwangju City in Gyeonggi-do from September 28 to November 17. Leading the main stream of world pottery, this biennale showcases the outstanding quality and beauty of Korean ceramics. The festival lets both artists and visitors participate in plenty of hands-on ceramic programs and events. The festivities are divided into four categories: exhibitions, conference & workshops, performances & events, and regional festivals. This year, the biennale has also included an international ceramic workshop, a clay workshop, a kid’s biennale, firing of traditional kilns, the Icheon Ceramic Festival 2013 and the Yeoju Ceramic Festival 2013.

The three venues for the biennale – Cerapia (Icheon World Ceramic Center) in Icheon City, Konjiam Ceramic Park in Gwangju City, and Ceramic World in Yeoju City – all provide year-round attractions and pottery programs while the Theme Park will have a ceramic theme during the festival period.

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<Gyeonggi International CeraMIX Biennale 2013>

Period: September 28 – November 17, 2013
Venue: Cerapia (Icheon World Ceramic Center) in Icheon, Ceramic World in Yeoju, and Konjiam Ceramic Park in Gwangju
Homepage: http://www.kocef.org (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
Admission
    * 8,000 won for all-in-one pass (Icheon, Yeoju, Gwangju)
    * 5,000 won for Icheon only / 3,000 won for Gwangju and Yeoju
Note: Admission tickets are sold at the entrance ticket booth from September 28 to November 17. Further inquiries can be directed to the Korea Ceramic Foundation +82-31-645-0741~3 (Korean).
1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Courtesy of Korea Ceramic Foundation

Date
09/24/2013
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