Koh Jooyoung

Arts ManagerKorean Arts Management Service

International Development Dept. Knowledge & Information Manager
Residendy Period: from 15 October, 2011 to 18 December, 2011

■Research Outline

Research Theme “Ten-nen (10’s) generations” in performing arts of Japan
Brief Description of the Research To identify special features of emerging artists in performing arts of Japan, called Ten-nen generations, in terms of social background, environment and support system, and to explore the new way of exchange for the new generations between Japan and Korea.


15 October, 2011 Arrives in Japan
15 Octoberto 17 December 2011 – Interviewing artists and arts administrators in Japan
– Attending performances, such as Festival / Tokyo
– Joining an international invitation program by Tokyo Metropolitan Government from 22 October to 30 October
15 November, 2011 Roundtable focused on cultural policy in Japan and Korea
at Morishita Studio
21 November, 2011 Public talk at Morishita Studio
18 December, 2011 Return to home

■Public Talk

Date 21 November, 2011
Time 19:00-21:00
Place Studio A, Morishita Studio
Title Trends and implications of performing arts in Korea

Koh Jooyoung gave a presentation on the implication of performing arts in Korea, mainly Korean Arts Management Service, and gave a brief description about the new generation of performing artists, and then, she discussed about the new ways of exchange for the new generation with the participants.

■Announcement regarding the outcome of Visiting Fellow
“Interview” by LIG Arts Foundation (Korea), winter, 2012
“Quarterly Journal Theatre” by National Theater Company of Korea, 2011

Koh Jooyoung
Born 26 February, 1976 in Korea

Koh Jooyoung completed her studies in Journalism at Ewha Womans’ University. After taking an internship in Seoul Arts Center, she worked as the program coordinator of Seoul Fringe Festival, plannig staff of Puppet Festival in Chuncheon, and PR&Marketing manager of BeSeTo Theater Festival. She started to work at Korea Arts Management Service, after 2.5-years-studying Japanese in Tokyo. She was a program manager of Performing Arts Market in Seoul and research on Performing Arts Collaboration in Asia, now is in charge of planning and editting the webzine weekly@arts management and theApro, which is the bilingual website for international exchange in performing arts as the manager of Knowledge&Information team of International Development Dept.


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