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This project is designed to further develop vocational learning experiences and information sharing between Rockhampton and Korea.
South Korea is celebrating 100 years of cinema. The first Korean film "Fight for Justice" screened for the first time in October 1919.
More than 20 years after its ground-breaking Asian tour, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is set to return to China and Korea in October 2019.
Honey Pot is Adelaide Fringe’s internationally recognised arts marketplace, providing a dynamic matchmaking service for Artists and Industry Delegates
In 2020 and 2021 up to eight Tasmanian and South Korean artists will participate in the Arts Tasmania Jeju residency.
The hope, beauty and unique perfection of a FLOWER 꽃 symbolises a baby’s developing sense of self.
Every year we produce 300 million tonnes of plastic, a portion of which enters and accumulates in the oceans.
The Korea Update is ANU’s flagship annual conference on Korea.
Commercial partnerships and competition in golf, tennis, soccer, baseball and e-sports has played a critical role in bringing us closer together.
The program will teach instructors and students vital lifesaving strategies and techniques that could potentially save lives.
Leading Astronomical institutions will come together to identify contributions we can make to the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project.
The Cheongju Craft Biennale is in its twentieth year and is recognised as the premier destination for the promotion and presentation of international
A joint energy workshop in Melbourne in March 2020, focusing on the development of a hydrogen economy.
Scholarships for former North Korean students (now living in South Korea) to promote bilateral relations between Korea and Australia.
Everybody loves film and food. When the two are combined, it draws more attention and the impact gets bigger.
This Australia-Korea Foundation Grant will assist the University of South Australia’s (UniSA) sustained success in increasing and promoting Australia-
The project links Australian and Korean academics/practitioners in aid for Pacific Islands.
This partnership will explore innovative multimedia curriculum resources that promote and celebrate Korea-Australia relations and cultures in schools.
Sending two Australian local government professionals to Korea to spend time with a Korean counterpart in local government.
Artspace will present a new exhibition of works from leading Korean and Australian artists for the Pavilion Project 2020.
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