We members of the society are on an impossible mission. In a period of time where people are identical to one another as if printed out by a machine, originality is crucial. Thus, we stand on the edge of the cliff, not being able to go backwards onto the safe side and remain on the same as everyone else, but also not being able to take another step forward and go beyond ‘different,’ strange. Everyone wants to be different, but no one wants to be strange. However, here are two exhibitions that specifically require a strange mind and perspective in order to be able to fully appreciate its works: the Fun Museum and the Rolling Ball Museum.
Before you are a university student, in other words, when you were waiting to enter SMU, you would hear the words from the adults, “According to how you spend your four years in university, your life will be really different even though you enter the same university and take the same classes from others.” To accept their advice well, the first attitude you should have is an extroverted personality. Most activities in the university are group work. For example, to be a member of any clubs and to go well, you should show your extroverted personality. You should shout the FM* loudly and never sneak away from drinks. Of course, this situation also appears when you are studying. In any classes there must be a group presentation, though so many students are complaining about it. And it’s not only in the university, but in the workplaces.
Google goes Gaga. This is the title of this video. Google’s fun and unique questions combined with exciting answers from today’s pop icon Lady Gaga made this lecture attractive. At first, before listening to the lecture, I only concentrated on the musician, Lady Gaga. However, after watching, I came to know her as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, which is her real name, as a human being just like everyone else.
A special exhibition, BRAIN: Inside of Me, is being shown at the Savina Museum of Contemporary Art in Jongno, Seoul. This exhibition aims to unravel the mystery of artists’ creativity hidden between art and brain. What do you think about this creative exhibition which classifies a scientific henomenon and shares the results with the public, not just hanging up works of art as usual? Is there anyone who has wondered the mystery of how brains work on creating art? Here is an amazing exhibition to get the answers. This show is intended to analyze artists’ artwork by shedding light on how the arts arena is linked to cognitive models. In order to make it, a total of 14 participating artists’ brains were analyzed according to the classification of certain types through the use of MSC brain aptitude tests made by MSC Brain Consulting Group, Inc. The types of brain are divided into four, complete right brain, strong right brain, right brain with character of left brain and, right and left brain.
Most people find it difficult to appreciate art. Going to a museum is not a normal going out. Seeing paintings and talking about your own feeling seems to be a hard work. Think about the situation whe
When you first think of France, what comes to mind? Although the answer can be various, no one can deny the fact that France is the city of culture & art. In Korea, more and more people are becoming interested in culture, and a lot of cities such as Seoul publish a slogan, the city of culture. However, we still have a lack of understanding it. During the winter vacation, The Sookmyung Times (SMT) went to Paris as a part of Global Explore and could feel a thorough attitude about culture.
Clap! Which part do you use for hearing this sound? Ear? If you are a hearing-impaired person, now, which part will you use for hearing this sound? The Drummer, Evelyn Glennie, who is a hearing-impair
Our University slogan is “Fostering creative leaders with the power of thinking.” Under this catchphrase, Sookmyung Women’s University provides a variety of humanities education. Every Sookmyungian get a chance to have lectures to put their own views across by speaking and writing. These days, expressing your own opinion and communicating with others is important in our society, so many universities are helping students to develop theseskills in various ways. Also, Sookmyung is one of these universities.
Savina Museum of Contemporary Art is hidden in a narrow ally. At first, you might have an impressionthat there are not many things to watch, but when you open the door of the museum, you will feel lik
Nowadays, business administration is most popular study in our society, so more and more students in Korea do an MBA and some of them are go abroad. This is not a phenomenon which occurs just in Korea
If someone asks you and three other people to build the tallest free-standing structure out of 20 sticks of spaghetti, one yard of tape, one yard of string and a marshmallow, what would you do? Maybe first, you will start...
All female university students have various kinds of preferences. However, there is one common preference for all of them. It is an interest in cosmetics and beauty. There is one study field which professionally studies cosmetics and beauty. The Cosmetics & Beauty groups perfume and cosmetics since they all contain fragrances. This department deals not only with cosmetics but also with study for beauty treatment. Currently in Korea, there is a lot of beauty departments mainly in junior colleges. Some of four-year-course colleges have this department and based on this, Cosmetics & Beauty study is broadening its range. The Sookmyung Times (SMT) asked Sookmyung Women's University's professor Kim Juduck about Cosmetics & Beauty study.
Have you heard “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus?” It is so commonphrase that you’ve heard of it. It is regarded as representing of differencesbetween women and men. Most of us think there are innate differences betweenwomen and men, and it can’t be resolved. But there is a woman who said“There is little or no difference between men and women in brain structure, butThese small innate differences are enlarged by our environment,” that teaches ourboys not to play with dolls or not to choose pink t-shirts.
Dan Perjovschi was born in Romania and became a socialism and realismartist. Also, he is an artist who interpret world with simple drawing. With hisown eye, he reinterprets the news and draws doodles. This is how he makeshis own works. He is well known as a genius of doodle art work. For example,he compares Facebook and Book with a starting point. Book is what we getidea from it, and Facebook is a program which can show our ideas.