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KAAF Art Prize 2014
Entries close on 31 October 2014. The Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Prize (KAAFP) is the annual art competition organised by the foundation. The KAAFP 2014 is open-themed and only medium of 2D works is eligible to apply for the competition. The prize entry is open to all Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents of at least 12 months, but they should be over 18-year-old. Last year at its inaugural prize, Vladimir Barac (Nowra, NSW) won the honourable first prize with 5,000 prize money. This year, the prizes come with better scales.
First Prize: $10,000 (Non Acquisitive)
KAAF Members’ choice prize: $1,000
Young Artist Prize (Age 18 - 25): Return flight ticket to Seoul, Korea
The finalists’ works will be exhibited at the Korean Cultural Office Gallery which is located in the centre of Sydney CBD, 255 Elizabeth St, Sydney.
For more information, visit the KCO website: http://koreanculture.org.au/
Eligible teachers are invited to apply for a scholarship to undertake a Graduate Certificate in Teaching Asia
through the Australian National University, during semesters 1 and 2 of 2015. The Studies of Asia Graduate Certificate Scholarship provides with support to undertake further education that will lead to an improvement in student learning outcomes about studies of Asia.
It is expected that teaching and learning activities will be developed as a result of completing the graduate
certificate. On successful completion of the Scholarship program, teachers will graduate with the award of
Graduate Certificate in Teaching Asia. This may qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) toward a Masters of Education (Studies of Asia).
Participation in the graduate certificate program is open to full-time teachers who have been employed in the NSW Department of Education and Training for at least 3 years in a permanent or contract capacity.
The scholarship will fund course fees to complete the Graduate Certificate in Teaching Asia Program through the Australian National University (2 courses per semester is the maximum allowed). Up to 4 relief days will be
provided to attend two intensive programs.
Scholarship application pack
Harmony, Peace and Unification of the Korean Peninsula
The National Unification Advisory Council Australia invites you to take part in a video production competition. The competition is open to people of all ages living in Australia.
An entry video clip (documentary, animation or short film) must be at least 3 minutes but less than 8 minutes in length, with a topic related to harmony, peace or unification of the Korean peninsula. Both English and Korean languages are permitted.
Submission should be by 10 November 2014.
The prize winners will be invited to the award ceremony and special screening night in early December.
The University of Sydney is offering a new accelerated one year
Diploma of Language Studies in 2015.
Languages offered are: Indonesian, Spanish, Korean and Japanese.
For more information see the Diploma of Languages webpage.
A short film competition hosted by Korean Health Committee, aimed at promoting no smoking for Korean Youth. It is a federally funded youth non-profit organisation based in Northern Sydney and Hills region, in which we are working with Korean Health Committee to promote this initiative. It would be great opportunity for your students of Korean background to use their creativity to:
- Promote no smoking in their community
- Learn more about the harmful effects of smoking
- Chance to win great prizes
Competition details are available on http://kamsdoctors.com.au/stopsmokingsfc/.
For further information please make enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> or to Mina Kim on 98581925.
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