Yan Kyang Woo, a famous calligraphy artist from South Korea held a master class on Korean calligraphy for students of the School of Tomorrow on May 3rd. The two-hour event provided students and stuff of school an opportunity to try their hands at the art of calligraphy and to decorate a paper fans, using four main tools that are required for the practice of calligraphy—paper ("hanji" -Korean mulberry paper), brush, ink stick, and ink stone. Calligraphy in Korea is a visual art reflecting the Korean tradition of artistic writing in Hangul or Hanja.
This year, the Re-Creative International Art Festival (RIAF) was held the second times in Tbilisi, where participated about 400 pupils from different schools. The paintings of our schoolchildren has been greatly appreciated. Awarding and exhibition of paintings was held at Elene Akhvlediani Children's Gallery. After this exhibition every guest had an opportunity to get a card with his/her name written in Korean by Yan Kyang Woo .
Special awards were obtained by our schoolchildren: Lulu Kodua, Lizi Chijavadze, Luka Jikia and Sandro Tskomelidze.
The certificates of participation were given to the rest of our school students.
We congratulate them and wish success!