– Organize life art programs in cooperation with artistic groups, such as special lectures on vocal lectures and plays
– Seek to energize the ecosystem of theatrical art by popularizing theatrical reading
– Kyunghee Cyber University accepts applications from new students and transfer students for the second semester before July 12
Kyung Hee Cyber University (President Chang-gu Byun), Graduate School of Culture and Creation, Professor Yoon-Joo Kang from the Department of Culture and Arts Management participated in the planning and general management of the Heimalaya social theater club, from June 21 (Tuesday) to August 23 (Tuesday) Until then, it will be held at Nakwon Apartment.
Heimalaya, a social theater club that operates every Tuesday at 7 p.m., is a life art program consisting of ▲ plays read together ▲ conversations with writers ▲ special lectures on voice and body acting ▲ play readings. The value of this program is exceptional in that it is managed with purely private funds and in cooperation with various cultural and artistic organizations. In particular, the play read together from June explores the possibility of a new civics curriculum through works that address socially sensitive issues such as youth, disability and gender.
For the Social Drama Club, the Cultural Sharing Social Cooperative provides budget support, and the Citizens’ Autonomous Culture Center and the play reading group “Hee Hee Nang Rak” are responsible for selecting plays and recruiting members. These groups will continue to cooperate so that the Social Drama Club can continue to operate each year.
Professor Kang Yoon-ju, who has devoted himself to the study of live art, said, “The Social Drama Club understands Korean social and political issues through plays, and participants take on their roles. respective in the story and have the opportunity to deeply understand the issues. “I hope the sense of community and citizenship will be strengthened by reading plays together,” he said.
Meanwhile, Kyung Hee Cyber University will recruit new students and transfer students for the second semester of 2022 by July 12 (Tuesday) and announce the successful applicants on July 18 (Monday). Recruitment is selected based on self-presentation (80%) and personality test (20%) regardless of SAT or GPA scores, and anyone with a high school diploma or above can apply. After graduating from university, a regular four-year bachelor’s degree is awarded, which is the same as that of an offline university.
Applications for new students and transfer students for the 2022 academic year can be submitted via PC or mobile through the Admission Center website (go.khcu.ac.kr). For more admission information, please visit Kyunghee Cyber University Admissions Center website (go.khcu.ac.kr) or main phone number (02-959-0000).
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