Graduate School of Culture Technology was established in 2005 under the support of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. It aims to promote the domestic cultural content business as future nation core key industries through fostering interdisciplinary top-level human resources based on cutting-edge technology with grafting cultural arts and sociology.


[NEWSIS] KPF, "2019–2020 Korean Press" Seminar | Prof. LEE Wonjae
2020-01-13 NEWSIS

Source (Korean): http://www.newsis.com/view/?id=NISX20200113_0000886993

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[Herald Biz] IT Science Column: The link between science and culture is "Creativity" | Prof. PARK Juyong
2020-01-09 Herald Biz

[IT Science Column - Prof. PARK Juyong, KAIST GSCT]
  The link between science and culture is "Creativity"

Source (Korean): http://news.heraldcorp.com/view.php?ud=20200109000453

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[CT Colloquium] Dec 10 | Park Hung Sun (Media Artist)
Date & Time : 2019-12-10 Tue 4:00~5:30 PM Place : N25 #3229 PAIK Nam June Hall Title : Media art beyond technology Speaker : Park Jung Sun (Media Artist)   Education  2018 Ph.D. Graduate School of Culture Technology KAIST, Korea  2013 M.S. Graduate School of Culture Technology KAIST, Korea  2001 M.F.A.(Aufbaustudium) Stuttgart State Academy ...
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[CT Colloquium] Dec 3 | Kim Tae-yoon (Hyundai Motor Art Lab)
Date & Time : 2019-12-3 Tue 4:00~5:30 PM Place : N25 #3229 PAIK Nam June Hall Title : Hyundai Motors and Art Speaker : Kim Tae-yoon (Hyundai Motor Art Lab)   ※ This majority of this colloquium will be given in Korean.
    The colloquium format has been slightly revised, as follows: * 4:00-5:00 PM Guest Speaker Talk, 5:00-5:30 PM Q& ...
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