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The Challenges of Jinju City

International and Domestic Exchange among Creative Cities

 

 

1
International and Domestic Creative Cities Benchmarking

 

1. Kanazawa, Japan
- Date: 2016. 12. 21. ~ 2016. 12. 23.
- Country: Japan
- City: Kanazawa
- Number of visitors: 8
- Objectives
  → benchmarking of the best practice of Kanazawa as a creative city
  → visiting the important facilities like the citizen art village, the future art museum, and Kanazawa crafts school
  → Discussion on international exchange between two cities

 

2. Suzhou and Hangzhou, China
- Date: 2017. 3. 2. ~ 3. 4.
- Country: China - City: Suzhou, Hangzhou
- Number of visitors: 6
- Objectives
  → benchmarking of the best practice of Suzhou and Hangzhou
  → Discussion on international exchange between two cities
      Suzhou: Visiting the silk museum and ancient performing art school
      Hangzhou: Visiting the crafts museum and the handicraft museum

 

3. Sasayama, Japan
- Date: 2017. 8. 15. ~ 6. 17.
- Country: Japan - City: Sasayama
- Number of visitors: 6
- Objectives
  → benchmarking of the best practice of Sasayama
  → watching the traditional festival of Japan and visiting the facilities of the creative city industries
  → Discussion on international exchange between two cities

 

4. Bologna and Fabriano, Italy
- Date: 2018. 2. 27. ~ 3. 5.
- Country: Italy - City: Bologna, Rome, Fabriano
- Number of visitors: 4
- Objectives
  → meeting Bologna and Fabriano Creative City Committees
  → visiting the facilities related to the creative city

 

5. Icheon, Korea
- Date: 2019. 2. 11.
- Country: Korea
- City: Icheon
- Number of visitors: 5
- Objectives
  → benchmarking of the best practice
  → Discussion on cultural exchange between two cities in field of cultural arts

 

6. Limoges, France
- Date: 2019. 6. 18. ~ 6. 21.
- Country: France
- City: Limoges
- Number of visitors: 3
- Objectives
  → meeting with people involved in the creative cities program of Limoges
  → visiting the facilities related to the creative city
  → benchmarking of the Creative City project to stimulate the citizens’ participation

 

7. Chiang Mai, Thai
- Date: 2019. 7. 1. ~ 7. 5.
- Country: Thai
- City: Chiang Mai
- Number of visitors: 6
- Objectives
  → meeting with people involved in the Creative Cities program
  → benchmarking of the promotion policies in the organization, human resource, budget, and the system of the Creative city
  → introducing progress of Jinju Creative City promotion

 

8. Santa Fe, United States
- Date: 2019. 7. 12. ~ 7. 17.
- Country: U.S.A.
- City: Santa Fe
- Number of visitors: 6
- Objectives
  → meeting with people involved in the Creative Cities program
  → benchmarking of the promotion policies in the organization, human resource, budget, and the system of the Creative city
  → introducing progress of Jinju Creative City promotion

 

 

2
Hosting and Attending the Creative City Workshops and the International Forums

 

9. Holding the ‘Sustainable Urban Culture’ Workshop
- Purpose: Examining Jinju Cultural policies for sustainable cultural development
- Date: 10 November, 2017
- Venue: Jinju city hall (5F)
- Participants: 20 people (Members of the Steering Committee, participants of the Creative City programs)
- Guest speaker: Catherine Cullen (Spain, Special adviser on culture in sustainable cities at UCLG)
- Contents
  ∙ ‘Agenda 21 for Culture’ of United Cities and Local Governments
  ∙ Consulting for ‘Cultural City Development Plan’
  ∙ International Exchange among the UNESCO Creative cities

 

10. Attending the ‘Sustainable Urban Culture’ Workshop
- Purpose: Obtaining information for joining and managing the UNESCO Creative Cities Network
- Date: 21 November, 2017
- Venue: Stanford Hotel, Tongyeong
- Host: The Korean National Commission for the UNESCO / Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
- Organizer: The Korean national Commission for the UNESCO / Tongyeong city
- Participants: 70 people
- Contents
  ∙ International and domestic Trends of managing and joining the UNESCO Creative Cities Network
  ∙ Meaning of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ of the United Nations
  ∙ Discussion on the method of operation and the next mission for the UNESCO Creative Cities Network

 

11. Attending the 2nd International Workshop of the UNESCO Creative Cities in Crafts and Folk Arts

- Period: 2018. 4. 30. ~ 5. 1.

- Venue: Icheon, Korea

- Jinju delegation: 4 people

- Contents: Participating in the International Forum of the UCCN and Icheon Ceramic Festival

 

12. Attending 2018 Workshop of the UNESCO Creative Cities Korea Network
- Period: 2018. 5. 17. ~ 5. 18.
- Venue: Busan, Korea
- Jinju delegation: 6 people
- Contents: Sharing information of managing and joining the UNESCO Creative Cities Network

 

13. Attending International Forum of ‘Jinju Mask Dance Festival and Creative Industries’
- Date: 25 May, 2018
- Venue: Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology
- Subject: “How Creative Industries Design Mask Dance”
- Jinju delegation: 4 members of the Steering Committee
- Contents: The Future of Mask Dance with Creating a Creative Space and Fostering Creative Talents

 

 

Support Project for Stimulating Cultural Industries

 

1. 2017 Fringe Festival for the UNESCO Creative Cities Network Promotion
- Period: 2017. 5. 26. ~ 5. 28.
- Venue: Jinju city downtown, Jinju Seong Castle, Outdoor stages
- Participants: approximately 300 people (including Foreign performance troupes)
- Contents
  → World Folk Arts Parade
  → Fringe Performance Korean performance groups Foreign performance groups(Japan, Thai, China, Africa)

 

2. 2018 Fringe Festival for the UNESCO Creative Cities Network Promotion
- Period: 2018. 5. 24. ~ 5. 27.
- Venue: Namgang outdoor stage, Pyeonggyeo outdoor stage
- Participants: approximately 300 people (including Foreign performance troupes)
- Contents
  → World Folk Arts Parade
  → Fringe Performance Korean performance groups Foreign performance groups (Japan, Thai, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippine)

 

3. World Folk Arts Gala Show
- Date: 24 May, 2018
- Venue: Auditorium of Korea Land & Housing Corporation
- Contents: Thai Folk Dance, Chinese Lion Dance, Japanese Theatrical Dance, Jinju Folk Music Traditional Performance
- Participants: approximately 1,000 of Jinju Citizens

 

4. Jinju World Crafts and Folk Arts Biennale 2019
- Period: 2019. 5. 23. ~ 5. 26. (for 4days)
- Venue: Korea Land & Housing Corporation and 8 places
- Participants: 9 teams (8 Countries)
- Event Date
  Opening Ceremony: 23 May, 2019
  Main Events: 2019. 5. 24. ~ 5. 25.
  Closing Ceremony: 26 May, 2019
- Contents
  World Folk Arts Delivery, World Folk Arts Parade, World Folk Arts Gala Show

 

 

Promoting Activities of Jinju Crafts and Folk Arts for the UCCN Promotion

 

1. Promoting Jinju Traditional Dance ‘Deotbaegi’ and Holding Jinju Deotbaegi Festival
□ Jinju Deotbaegi Dance Class
- Period: 2019. 4. 1. ~ 5. 17. (once a week, for 2hours)
- Instructor: Jinju Ogwangdae Initiated
- Participants: Citizens, local communities, Kindergarten children, Elementary school students
- Class Contents Deotbaegi Dance of Jinju Ogwangdae Mask Dance Typical Deotbaegi Dance of Yeongnam area, applied and creative Deotbaegi dance
- Lesson Opening the Deotbaegi classes for students through community service center programs and after school programs

 

□ Jinju Deotbaegi Contest
- Title: “Let’s dance Deotbaegi together!”
- Date: 25 May, 2019
- Venue: Namgang outdoor stage
- Participants: Amateur dancers
- Events
  Typical Deotbaegi Dance, applied and creative Deotbaegi dance Team events (Anyone can participate)

 

2. Jinju Geommu Club Recital
- Title: “Let’s dance Geommu together!”
- Date: 24 November, 2018
- Venue: Jinju Research Institute for Education and Training
- Participants: approximately 260 people (17 groups)
- Host: National intangible heritage Jinju Geommu Conservation Association
- Contents
  Teaching Geommu with contemporary music and folk song by making an easy vision of Geommu
  Opening the Geommu classes for members of community clubs, community service center programs, and after school programs

 

3. Training and Promoting Traditional Wood Furniture Crafts ‘Duseokjang’
- Purpose of the class: Promoting and Conserving Jinju traditional crafts
- Period: 2018. 4. ~ 2018. 7. (for 4 months)
- Place: Jinju Duseokjang Training School
- Participants: 20 people (1 class a month)
- Contents: Making a traditional candlestick

 

4. Training and Promoting Traditional ornamental knife Crafts ‘Jangdojang’
- Purpose of the class: Promoting and Conserving Jinju traditional crafts
- Period: 2018. 5. ~ 2018. 9. (for 5 months)
- Place: Jinju Jangdojang Training School
- Participants: 40 people (2 classes a week)
- Contents: Making an ornamental knife using traditional technique

 

 

 

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