Dec. 22, 2022 (Thu) ~ Dec. 29, 2022 (Thu), 10:00 ~ 17:00

@Mapo Central Library Gallery


The 7th Korea Accessible International Dance Festival 2022, the representative moment of dance artists transcending borders

Records of activities such as performance, education, production, and academic activities to spread the artistic value of disabled dance.

Traces of possibilities for expanding the field of cultural and artistic activities for people with disabilities that combine disability dance with science and technology.

That moment, Lasting forever

We look back on the achievements of the 7th Korea International Accessible Dance Festival (KIADA 2022) through the photo exhibition of KIADA2022 <Moment, The Infinite Record>, and we want to remember the moment of excitement and liveliness of the performance stage forever in our hearts.

We want to record not only the highlight scenes of domestic and foreign works participated in KIADA 2022, but also the moment of feelings of various special programs. We also want to convey the liveliness and vitality of the performance site to the audience who could not come to see our dance festival in person.

And by providing high-quality contents of dance art for people with disabilities to non-disabled culture and art consumers, it aims to promote a positive conversion of negative perceptions and perspectives on disabilities.

Last but not least, we would like to present the technical development and vision of dance for the disabled by introducing the research and development project that contributes to the creation and development of cultural arts for the visually and hearing impaired to the public.

That moment, Lasting forever
Exhibition Period
Dec. 22, 2022 (Thu) ~ Dec. 29, 2022 (Thu) 10:00-17:00 *Dec. 26, 2022 (Mon) Closed
Mapo Central Library Gallery
Detailed Schedule
·  Dec. 22, 2022 (Thu) Opening Ceremony 16:00-17:00
·  Dec. 22, 2022 (Thu) ~Dec. 29, 2022 (Thu) Exhibition 10:00-17:00
·  Dec. 26, 2022 (Mon) Closed
·  14 works participating in the main performance program of KIADA2022
Canada, Korea, Israel, Spain
·  Special program of KIADA2022
Workshop, International Forum, Pre-residency
·  Operation of a booth to share the development of Barrier Free Technology for the Creation and Collaboration of Choreography for Dancers with Auditory/Visual Impairment.
Sharing the achievements and vision of the 'Wearable Sensor-Haptic Device' research project, which is a joint support tool for cultural art creation and collaboration for Auditory/Visual Impairment, in which Light Sound Friends, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Yonsei University, and bHaptics are participating as joint research institutes for experience booths.
Main program   Sanghoon Ok
Special program   Somi Park