Clik | Edition 1 | July 2020.

We are delighted to connect with you virtually at the click of a button! We invite you to join us, whenever you are ready, from wherever you are, on myriad creative journeys, where with valued partners in India and in Korea, we explore new pathways and experiences, re-visit the magic of past performances and exhibitions or present those newly imagined from creation to reception and distribution on digital platforms. Our programmes and services will include e-learning opportunities, with online classes, workshops and demonstrations by teachers, storytellers and performing and visual artists from India and Korea; infotainment with e-magazines, e-catalogues, e-books and e-compendiums as well as links to films, videos and information on singular aspects of Korean and Indian culture and cultural collaborations with artists from Korea and India, through virtual residencies and the commissioning of virtual performances and exhibitions.

We hope, with this e-digest, to stay meaningfully connected with you, to discover, engage and connect with the unique, local characteristics as well as the shared, global dimensions of this dynamic, ongoing intercultural dialogue.

Same Same But Different

Date: Saturday, 4 July 2020 | Time : 6.00 pm

Clik: / Royal Opera House Mumbai

Same Same But Different

Same Same But Different (SSBD), is a concert series produced and organized periodically since 2013 by the Korean music group Noreum Machi, to introduce its international collaborations with artists around the globe. SSBD Season 5 was an exciting collaboration that brought together the exciting Korean New Wave Group, Noreum Machi, the world-renowned contemporary Indian dancer, Astad Deboo and Trayam, an ensemble of three critically acclaimed Indian musicians, percussionist, BC Manjunath, singer and flautist, Varijashree Venugopal and percussionist, composer and music director, Praveen D. Rao.

Join us on Saturday, 4 July @MumbaiOpera at 6:00 p.m. to watch excerpts from Same Same But Different that first premiered to critical acclaim at the Royal Opera House, Mumbai in February 2020.

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Learn Korean Online

Date: Monday, 13 July 2020

Clik: Link will be provided upon registration

Learn Korean Online

We are delighted to announce the commencement of the Elementary 1A Korean online language course for Beginners, developed by The King Sejong Institute Foundation, Korea.

Join us online, from wherever you are, to learn Korean!

Limited seats available. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Emerging Canvas:
an e-compendium.

Date: Thursday, 16 July 2020 | Time: 6.00 pm


Emerging Canvas

The Emerging Canvas series that commenced in 2012, was initiated by InKo Centre, in association with The Indian Art Museum in Korea to identify and celebrate emerging young talent from both countries.

This e-compendium pays tribute to 132 talented artists, presented across 6 edition of this series.

Flip through these pages to see what young Indian and Korean artists of the future have to offer!

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Travelling Titles:
Tara Books in Korea.

Date: Wednesday, 22 July 2020 | Time: 4.00 pm


Travelling Titles

Ideas and stories traverse the globe and help us to staty interconnected even when we remain rooted to one place. Join us for a series presented in association with Tara Books that aims, through storytelling and activity-based interactions, to focus on how we might make sense of books cross-culturally.

Working with over half a dozen publishers in Korea, there are currently 12 Tara titles available in Korean. This series of talks and interactions, focuses on 4 popular titles, one every month, from July to October 2020. We start with the The Colour Book, published in Korean by Iyagikot, by Sophie Benini Pietromarchi, an Italian-French writer and artist.

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Focus on Children's Theatre:
Choon Hyang by Theater Seoul.

Date: Thursday, 30 July 2020 | Time: 6.00 pm

Clik: Centre

Focus on Children's Theatre

InKo Centre, in association with local partners, has consistently presented high quality productions for children from 2010 to 2018 across a vibrant circuit in South India.

Our focus has been to present exceptional performances from Korea and to look out for opportunities to research and develop new, vibrant Indo-Korean collaborative theatre productions for children.

We commence an episodic journey that will bring back the magic of theatre, specially selected for children!

Up first, is Theater Seoul's classic, Choon Hyang that recreates a traditional, well-loved folktale with panache! With deft choreography, precise movements, lilting music and beautiful costumes made of hanji, this production is an aural and visual treat, that stole the hearts of millions in India when it first premiered in 2010.

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