Korean Name and Artwork Design Contest

Are you an artist? Do you doodle in class? Have you secretly wanted to become the next da Vinci? If so, then keep reading.

This contest has a registration period from September 3rd to September 28th. In order to register during this period, please email auksi@auburn.edu or come by the King Sejong Institute in Foy hall to receive the official artwork paper stamped with an official seal that is specific to this contest.

The rules for this contest are simple:

  • First, you must incorporate your name in some way into your artwork and your name must be written in Korean. If you do not know how to write your name in Korean, stop by the King Sejong Institute to attend our workshops (9/3 and 9/18 from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm) that will teach you how to write your name in Korean.
  • Second, you can use any creative medium you wish, as long as it can be put onto a 2D piece of paper this includes painting, drawing, gluing and pasting etc.
  • Lastly, creativity is key. The more creative the work, the better chance you have at winning.
(Disclaimer: works that reflect aspects of South Korean culture are advised.)

The deadline for this event is September 28th by 5 p.m. You can bring your final submission to the King Sejong Institute in Foy Hall.

Workshops: Sept. 3 & Sept. 18

3:00pm to 4:00pm @ Korea Center/King Sejong Institute in Foy

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Award Announcement Oct. 9 at 5p.m in Foy lobby

The winners for the contest will be announced in celebration of Hangeul Day (Korean Alphabet Day), as created by King Sejong in the mid-15th century, and will receive an award for their work. The winners will also have their work displayed for all to see over the course of a week in October. So if you want your work displayed, or if you want gloating rights, or if you want the title of best Korean name artist on campus, this is the place for you.

Last Updated: August 29, 2018