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06 Sep 2010

Korean Culture and Arts Foundation (KCAF) Research Institute for Cultural Development and Archives

The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation is a public organization that was founded in 1973 in order to promote activities relevant to the enrichment of Korean culture and arts.

To preserve the cultural heritage of Korea and enhance the quality of cultural life for all Koreans, the Foundation does the following:
- assists research and creative activities in the fields of literature, visual arts, music, dance, theater, film, performance, traditional arts, photography, architecture, and publications, supports the research, publication
- distribution of works which contribute to the development of the nations unique culture and arts,
- promotes activities related to the introduction of Korean culture abroad, and
- engages in other international exchanges of culture, develops projects designed to improve the welfare of artists, operates the facilities required to carry out the above projects, and raises money for and manages the Korean Culture and Arts Promotion Fund.

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