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Indiana University's East Asian Studies Center hosts a workshop series on the basics of Kayageum, a traditional Korean string instrument.
To celebrate the opening of the ‘Korea Conference Room’ at GISB, a project funded by the Consolate General of the Republic of Korea in Chicago, the East Asian Studies Center presents a unique cultural opportunity. This six-week workshop provides participants with a chance to learn the basics of Kayageum, a traditional Korean string instrument, with emphasis on mastry of Arirang and Minyo (Korean folk songs).
Time: April 13th - May 21st (6 weeks, twice a week)
Every Wednesday 6pm & Saturday 1pm
Location: Global and International Studies Building #2015
Registration: Email EASC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration fee: $5 per session ($60 total)
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