Hong Tiart Center Opens Open Studio for Artists

The Busan Cultural Foundation’s Hong Tiart Center announced that it will hold an open studio for artists living in the first half of the Hong Tiart Center for two days on June 24 and 25.

The writers will share their stories from the past five months with citizens at the end of the open studio in the first half of this year. In the boundary between sadness of the end of the tenant artist and hope of another beginning, the special exhibition by Kim Je-won, Namia, Jung Min-kyu, and Choi Gar-ram presents an experience exhibition to erase, leave, and recall memories.

The special exhibition will showcase new works by four artists under the theme of memory at Studio #5 on the first floor of Hongti Art Center, using the artist studio, away from the existing concept of exhibition. The hands-on exhibition will be held from the 24th to the 29th to erase, leave, and recall memories at the Hongti Art Center.

At 3 p.m. on the 24th, a lecture by anti-family art critics on “Trends and Changes in the Modern Art Market” will also be held in the Open Lecture. After the open lecture, the artist talk will be held at 5 p.m.

Finally, from 10 p.m. on the 25th, a children’s experience program will be held to make a doll wooden doll and a stuffed doll that resemble me through Hongti Yeppung’s My Friend.

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All events, except open studio lectures and artist talks, are free to participate. Open lectures and artist talks can be participated by applying in advance through the application link.

Details can be found on the Busan Cultural Foundation’s website and on the SNS of the Hongtiat Center.

Development of VR contents for the royal tomb of Joseon at Dexter Studio

Use the Unreal Engine to Design the Overall Interaction Element

Dexter Studio announced on the 20th that it has produced virtual reality (VR) contents based on the royal tombs of Joseon. It is a content that freely explores the inside of the royal tomb, which is not open to general visitors. Dexter Studio designed the entire interaction element using the Unreal engine. “We have not only optimized 3D (SD) data, but also implemented functions, 3D object assets, and UI design,” an official said. “We can enjoy new historical culture.”

The contents are divided into ‘Royal Tomb Space’ and ‘Events’. In the former, different seasons were implemented in Seolneung (Spring), Yongneung (Summer), Sungneung (Autumn), and Mokneung (Winter). Sungneung, which uses drones, also causes the illusion of flying. The latter is a game that experiences historical events, rituals, and rituals. He becomes a ritual official and a royal tomb manager to explore the tomb. You can experience it at Taereung, Joseon Royal Tomb Exhibition Hall, and Donggureung History and Culture Hall.