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    CHUNCHEON ARTS FESTIVAL

    “If the participants of the festival maintain horizontal relationships and if each of them gives something of their own, would the festival be more beautiful and enjoyable?”

     

    For Chuncheon Arts Festival, planners, stage staff and artists joined forces to make a festival that would be different from the existing ones. Before the festival, they had already worked together on the outdoor stage of Chuncheon Children’s Center several times. People from different backgrounds began to collaborate in horizontal relationships to donate their talent.

     

    Chuncheon Arts Festival started as a donation-based festival. The festival’s essential participants (i.e. planners, performers and staff) donated what they had in different ways.

     

    From planners to the audience, all participants dream of becoming the main players of the festival through their participation in different forms. Such a dream is also the festival’s raison d’être.

     

    As the festival encourages people to participate more actively, their satisfaction is greater than that of any other festival. Not only the production staff but also most of the performers wish to keep participating in the festival once they perform for it.

     

    The spirit of Chuncheon Arts Festival is summarized as

    “십시일반(Ten spoons of rice fills a bowl - Korean proverb)”

     

    Indeed, its stage staff and system providers offer a “spoon” of the best technology and equipment. Its planners come with another “spoon” of performance planning. Promotion experts add another “spoon” of promotion and marketing. Finally, performing arts companies give us another “spoon” of performances to fill the stage prepared for them.  

     

    From 2002 (when the festival started as the Chuncheon Dance Festival) to 2011, the Chuncheon Arts Festival took place annually on the outdoor stage of Chuncheon Children’s Center (today’s KT&G Sangsang Madang in Chuncheon). The stage was designed by the late architect Kim Su-geun. It has been known as a beautiful stage that fascinates visitors with its harmony of the building, lake and mountain.

     

    Later on, the festival was organized in Chuncheon City’s major venues including the Festival Theater Momzit, every August. In the past, the participants donated their talent. But today, the festival provides its performers and staff with fair remuneration, while maintaining its conviction that “ten spoons of rice fills a bowl.”

     

    Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021, the festival expanded its finance and size in order to grow into one of Korea’s representative arts festivals.

     

    It is a festival where performers and the audience meet as they bring their own spoons of rice. It is a festival where everyone becomes an owner and shares something.

    Such a dream of the festival has brought together more and more people.

     

    In the middle of hot summer in Chuncheon City,

    Chuncheon Arts Festival is waiting for you. 

    History

    2002

    Launch of the “Chuncheon Dance Festival”

    2004

    Name changed to the “Chuncheon Arts Festival”

    2012

    Designated as a specialized performing arts organization in Gangwon-do

    2017 ~ 2021

    Selected by Arts Council Korea as outstanding [Dance] festivals in the field of performing arts festivals in Korea

    2019

    Founding of Ten Spoons as a corporate body

    2020

    The 19th Chuncheon Arts Festival

    Opening an online channel "Home Delivery" (on Youtube and Naver TV)

    2021

    Korean name changed to the “Chuncheon Performing Arts Festival” (English name staying the same)

    MUSIC

    traditional Korean music, jazz, crossover

    DANCE

    traditional dance, contemporary dance

    CHILDREN

    theater, puppetry and mime

    Programs

    Signature

    Performing arts representing different genres

    and serving as indicators of contemporariness

    Version-up

    Performances reaching perfection

    thanks to the Festival’s support for the creators’ existing works

    Finder

    Emerging artists’ performances or premieres

    Arts Lab
     

    Support for artists from their initial phase of planning

    (e.g. research and workshop) and invitation of producers

    to give presentations on their works

     

    CHUNCHEON ARTS FESTIVAL

    “If the participants of the festival maintain horizontal relationships and if each of them gives something of their own, would the festival be more beautiful and enjoyable?”

     

    For Chuncheon Arts Festival, planners, stage staff and artists joined forces to make a festival that would be different from the existing ones. Before the festival, they had already worked together on the outdoor stage of Chuncheon Children’s Center several times. People from different backgrounds began to collaborate in horizontal relationships to donate their talent.

     

    Chuncheon Arts Festival started as a donation-based festival. The festival’s essential participants (i.e. planners, performers and staff) donated what they had in different ways.

     

    From planners to the audience, all participants dream of becoming the main players of the festival through their participation in different forms. Such a dream is also the festival’s raison d’être.

     

    As the festival encourages people to participate more actively, their satisfaction is greater than that of any other festival. Not only the production staff but also most of the performers wish to keep participating in the festival once they perform for it.

     

    The spirit of Chuncheon Arts Festival is summarized as

    “ten spoons of rice fills a bowl.” 

     

    Indeed, its stage staff and system providers offer a “spoon” of the best technology and equipment. Its planners come with another “spoon” of performance planning. Promotion experts add another “spoon” of promotion and marketing. Finally, performing arts companies give us another “spoon” of performances to fill the stage prepared for them.  

     

    From 2002 (when the festival started as the Chuncheon Dance Festival) to 2011, the Chuncheon Arts Festival took place annually on the outdoor stage of Chuncheon Children’s Center (today’s KT&G Sangsang Madang in Chuncheon). The stage was designed by the late architect Kim Su-geun. It has been known as a beautiful stage that fascinates visitors with its harmony of the building, lake and mountain.

     

    Later on, the festival was organized in Chuncheon City’s major venues including the Festival Theater Momzit, every August. In the past, the participants donated their talent. But today, the festival provides its performers and staff with fair remuneration, while maintaining its conviction that “ten spoons of rice fills a bowl.”

     

    Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2021, the festival expanded its finance and size in order to grow into one of Korea’s representative arts festivals.

     

    It is a festival where performers and the audience meet as they bring their own spoons of rice. It is a festival where everyone becomes an owner and shares something.

    Such a dream of the festival has brought together more and more people.

     

    In the middle of hot summer in Chuncheon City,

    Chuncheon Arts Festival is waiting for you. 

    History

    2002

    Launch of the “Chuncheon Dance Festival”

    2004

    Name changed to the “Chuncheon Arts Festival”

    2012

    Designated as a specialized performing arts organization in Gangwon-do

    2017 ~ 2021

    Selected by Arts Council Korea as outstanding [Dance] festivals in the field of performing arts festivals in Korea

    2019

    Founding of Ten Spoons as a corporate body

    2020

    The 19th Chuncheon Arts Festival

    Opening an online channel "Home Delivery" (on Youtube and Naver TV)

    2021

    Korean name changed to the “Chuncheon Performing Arts Festival” (English name staying the same)

    MUSIC

    traditional Korean music, jazz, crossover

    DANCE

    traditional dance, contemporary dance

    CHILDREN

    theater, puppetry and mime

    Programs

    Signature

    Performing arts representing different genres

    and serving as indicators of contemporariness

    Version-up

    Performances reaching perfection

    thanks to the Festival’s support for the creators’ existing works

    Finder

    Emerging artists’ performances or premieres

    Arts Lab

    Support for artists from their initial phase of planning

    (e.g. research and workshop) and invitation of producers

    to give presentations on their works


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