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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

The 31st Annual Exhibition by Korean Artists Society of Canada (KASC)


Drawing Indigenous Intercultural Painting Visual arts
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This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.


Papermill Gallery

67 Pottery Road

Toronto, ON


Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English and Korean.


The Korean Artists Society of Canada (KASC) is celebrating its 31st annual exhibition. The art exhibition this year takes place at Toronto Papermill Gallery from September 28 through October 9, 2022. The exhibition hours at Papermill will be from 11 am to 4 pm from Wednesday to Sunday. It will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

The opening reception will be on Thursday, September 29 at 6 pm. RSVP is required to attend the reception. Please send an email to [email protected] for RSVP.

A total of 60 artists will participate in the exhibition in Toronto including 50 KASC member artists, 2 emerging artists, and 3 indigenous artists.

The theme of the exhibition is “Restoration”, which symbolizes the post‐pandemic recovery to look back on ourselves and prepare for a new leap forward. We believe that there is power in arts that can help us to start the rebuilding process together.


Korean Artists Society of Canada (KASC)

Korean Artists Society of Canada (KASC) has been one of the largest Korean Canadian artist groups in North America for 40 years since 1980. We are about 70 artists who engage in various artistic activities and have about 20 sponsors.

Every year, KASC supports various Korean communities in the form of regular exhibitions, small group exhibitions, solo exhibitions, art tours, art seminars, and children's art contest adjudications. We also support and conduct art classes online. Through online seminars such as art therapy, photography lectures, and Korean art seminars, we introduce Korean culture to various Canadians and have meaningful seminars in a multi-ethnic society.