Wednesday, September 18, 2013

"Comfort Women Wanted"

Public Art, Phone Booth Poster in Times Square

Dear friends & colleagues,
I am pleased to present my "COMFORT WOMEN WANTED" public art project through New York City, and a Video Screening & Panel Discussion at Columbia University.

Public Art In New York City
9/9-10/6, 2013
Phone booth posters in English, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese
at major sites, including Times Square, Lincoln Center, the Flatiron District, Union Square, 
Koreatown, Chinatown, and Little Tokyo

Video Screening & Panel Discussion at Columbia University
Wednesday, September 25, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
420 West 118th Street, International Affairs Building, rm 918
Sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Human Rights & the Center for Korean Research

Charles Armstrong (moderator), Professor of History at Columbia University; Elazar Barkan, Professor of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University; Pablo Castillo-Diaz, Protection Analyst, Peace & Security at the UN; Martgaret Stetz, Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women's Studies & Professor of Humanities, University of Delaware; Joyce Yu, former UN Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative and former Executive Director of the Ms. Foundation for Women

This project is supported by The New York State Council on the Arts, The Asian Women Giving Circle, The Asian Cultural Council, The Korean American Community Foundation, and The New York Foundation for the Arts.

Hope you will have a chance to check them out.
Public Art in New York City
Ad-like Phone Booth Posters, with QR Codes
Koreatown, Korean & English Poster     
Little Tokyo,  Japanese Poster
Union Square, English Poster     
Chinatown, Chinese Poster
Flatiron District, English Poster     
Lincoln Center, English Poster
Lecture at the Korea Society, October 9th, 6:30pm

Exhibit at The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, NYC
as part of the Korean American Film Festival New York

Exhibit at Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh
Opening on November 1st

Grand Opening Exhibit at The Peace Memorial Museum of the Comfort Women and Women’s Rights, Taipei, Taiwan, Opening on          
Email from Aiyoung Choi

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