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Winter Volunteer Day

Seoul Scholars International (SSI) Seocho students, teachers, and staffs delivered coal briquettes to the impoverished local residents in Seocho district. November 19th was the Winter Volunteer Day, and all of Grade 6 to Grade 12 students did a great job regardless of the cold winter weather. Shout out to the SSI Seocho students and teachers!...

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Field Trip – Music Class

SSI Seocho (Art&Design) students taking Music classes enjoyed a field trip this week. On November 14th, students went to Seoul Arts Center (예술의 전당) and watched a music concert. It was an opportunity where they could see and listen to what they learned in class....

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Field Trip – Art History & Chinese

SSI Seocho (Art&Design) students taking Art History and Chinese classes enjoyed a field trip on the first week of November. On November 7th, Art History students went to Konkuk University Museum’s art gallery. On the same day, students taking Chinese classes went to Chinatown to see and experience how the language is used....

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Art Field Trip

Students in 2D Design, Visual Arts II, and Integrated Studio Practices classes went on a gallery field trip to Samcheongdong and Insadong. Students had the opportunity to view and experience artworks in MMCA (The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art), and many other galleries in the area. While following a docent, 2D Design students […]...

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ArtCenter College Visit

ArtCenter College of Design (ACCD), a top art school located in California, visited SSI Arts & Design for an information session on October 10. The admissions officer explained about the school in detail, and about the advantages of an art school in Pasadena. He also reviewed the artwork portfolios of senior students after the presentation....

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Parsons College Visit

Parsons School of Design, a top art school located in the heart of New York City, visited SSI Arts & Design for an information session on October 4. The admissions officer not only explained about the school, but also described in detail about what a “good portfolio” is. She also reviewed the artwork portfolios of […]...

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