The president of Seoul International Women’s Association is staging her first solo exhibition “37 Degrees” at the Insa Arts Center, Insadong, from Jan. 19-24.
The second non-Korean to get a BA degree in Fine Arts from Seoul’s Hongik University, Lily Joenoes van Bunnik will display about 55 of her vibrantly-colored paintings.
Bunnik, from Indonesia, took up art when she moved to Korea in 2005 and depicts her experiences as a foreigner, a student, a wife and a mother.
Lily Joenoes van Bunnik (left)
Entry is free but proceeds from painting sales will be donated to the Dilts Foundation (www.diltsfoundation.org).
Opening times are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. For details e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (010) 8839-9793.
SIWA (www.siwapage.com) is having a sign-up day for membership and classes on Jan. 19 from 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Grand Ambassador Hotel, Seoul.
By Hannah Stuart-Leach (email@example.com