Korea-Australia FTA text released
Minister Robb and his Korean counterpart, Trade Minister Yoon, concluded negotiations on the Australia-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) in early December 2013. The legally verified text of the agreement was initialled by Chief Negotiators on 10 February 2014 and released to the public on 17 February 2014.
LANDSEASKY: Revisiting spatiality in video art
MAAP is proud to announce the first configuration of it's latest international touring exhibition 'LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video' presented in Seoul from the 21 February – 23 March 2014.
This group of challenging video installations includes works by fifteen international artists and scheduled to be presented in Korea, China and Australia. The first exhibition of LANDSEASKY occurs across an array of venues in Seoul, South Korea in partnership with Artsonje Center, Lee Hwaik Gallery, ONE AND J Gallery, Opsis Art, Gallery IHN, and Gallery Skape.
2014-15 Grants and Scholarships Rounds
The Australia-Korea Foundation 2014-15 Grants and Scholarships Rounds will open in early March 2014. The links below provide general information about application processes:
Opportunity for Teaching & Research in Korea at Yonsei University
The Centre for Australian Studies (CAS) at Yonsei University in Korea invites applications for the position of Visiting Lecturer in Australian Studies for one semester in 2014. This position is a key initiative under the 'Building a Teaching Base for Australian Studies in Korean Universities' project, supported by an Australia-Korea Foundation grant.
The successful applicant will teach a postgraduate subject for a semester on an aspect of Australia approached from a social sciences perspective and taught within the Graduate School of International Studies. It is expected that he/she will also participate in the Centre's research and education activities, such as seminars, research collaboration, joint grant applications and guest lectures.