November 18 & 20: Korean Contemporary Dance Performance “GaNaDa Flow”

Korean Contemporary Dance Performance: “GaNaDa Flow”
Nov 18: Georgetown University Lohrfink Auditorium, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Nov 20: GWU Betts Theatre, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
*Event is free of charge*

With performers coming all the way from Seoul, South Korea, The Nanuri Dance Company and MTM A Capella Group’s production of “GaNaDa Flow” is a Korean dance performance for high school and university students who are studying Korean language, history, and culture. It is the aim of the performers to convey the root meaning of Hangul, the Korean writing system, which eventually contributed to the making of a more balanced Korean society, equal in terms of communication and the media, via the art of the new concept of Korean dance combined with a-capella.
Registration for the performance is free, and it will take place on two different dates, November 18 and November 20, at the Georgetown Lohrfink Auditorium and the GWU Betts Theatre, respectively. Follow the links above to RSVP for tickets for either performance date.
This event is organized by the Korean Heritage Foundation. The KHF is committed to preserving and promoting Korean heritage and culture by organizing and supporting cultural activities.
This event is co-sponsored by the GW Institute for Korean Studies (GWIKS). GWIKS is part of the Elliott School for International Affairs at the George Washington University. The establishment of GWIKS in 2016 was made possible by a generous grant from the Academy of Korean Studies (AKS). To find out more about GWIKS, please click here!

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