Youngeun Museum of Contemporary Art (영은미술관)

We provide various information such as the website, contact information, usage information, and location (map) of Gyeonggi-do Gwangju-si, Youngeun Museum of Contemporary Art (영은미술관) using public data of Korea Tourism Organization.

Youngeun Museum was established in November 2000 in the natural forests of Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do. The museum is largely composed of two sections: an art museum and a studio.

Youngeun Museum is considered a museum of contemporary art as it focuses on the research, preservation, and exhibition of modern art works. It is the first museum of its kind to also operate studio space for artists and has consequently received praise in the art world as a forward-thinking museum.

Thanks to the museum’s focus on creating new works of art, the museum has become a gathering place where artists, writers, critics, and the general public can interact with one another and appreciate the art-making process.

Visitors can engage in various forms of art at the Youngeun Museum, ranging from plastic arts to performing arts. There are also educational programs that allow guests to watch or even experience how art is made. By providing these innovative programs, Youngeun Museum aims to spread art among the masses.



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Address [Map]

300, Cheongseok-ro, Gwangju-si, Gyeonggi-do