ACEP2020 – A Cultural Exchange Project
Seoul Arts Centre
Project Ability is pleased to announce that three of our artists have had work chosen to be part of an exhibition in South Korea, at the Seoul Arts Centre! Doreen Kay, Cameron Morgan and Scott Smith each have an artwork hanging in the Seoul Arts Centre along with many other brilliant artworks. Congratulations to all involved!
The exhibition ACEP 2020 as part of the cooperation “2020 KOREA-EU Arts and Cultural Exchange Project for artists with developmental disablities” brings together the works of more than 50 artists from Korea and Europe.
The NGO Humanaid in Seoul has organised this exhibition. Originally an artist trip from Korea to Europe should have taken place; Due to the corona, works by artists from Europe were invited to Seoul instead.’
Below is a bit of information from the organisers of the exhibition, Humanaid in Seoul, South Korea:
Thanks to Kate Brehme from Berlinklusion for reaching out to us about this great opportunity! And thank you to Humanaid and Seoul Arts Centre for this wonderful exhibition. You can have a look at the other artworks here.
As always a big thanks to Project Ability’s exhibition programme sponsors: