2019 Participating Artists
About Company Bad
Company Bad experiment with the interweaving of cultures, employing processes and creating experiences that are radical, multilingual, and inclusive. We value relationships, reflection, and disruption. Company Bad is a collective of artists who have been working across Australia and Korea for fifteen years. The lead artists involved in Hello Project are:
10 Spoons Association
Ten Spoons started as the Chuncheon Dance Festival in 2002. Since 2003, it has changed its name to Chuncheon Arts Festival and is held in Chuncheon every year. It developed into an incorporation in August 2019 and has continues for 20 years. Ten Spoons comes from the idiom that ten spoons of rice from ten people make a bowl for a person. It means a combined donation can save one needy person easily. Performing arts created by many people save a person’s life! This is the basic philosophy of the festival. Ten Spoons goes beyond the logic of capital and pursue true performing arts through sharing the minds. It is striving to develop performing arts and increase the cultural and artistic experience of the local community. In addition to the festival, Ten Spoons also actively host workshops and produce performances with experts and community.
Guest Artists & Staff
Jeesoo Kim – Illustration for Hobin’s comic
Jihyun Park – Illustration for Sujin’s animation and Heejeong’s portrait background
Dohee Lee – Portrait Photography
Pete Foley – Animation for Puliphana and Sujin
Tak Hoyoung – Mentoring actor for Jongmin
Jihee Roh – Edit for Yeonsu’s Video
Taegeom Lee – Edit for Jongmin’s Video
Soojin Shim – Props & Costume
Jaeyeon Lee – Hello Summer 2019 Interpretation
Yu Kyung Chang – Translation
Shinjoong Kim – Hello Winter 2019 Photography
Lee Yoonseon’s Mother
Lena McMurray and Megan Williams at Auspicious Arts.
Yoon Yeoick, Lenine Bourke, and “A Wonderful Woman who Opens Tomorrow” (Gangwon Branch) for your initial support of Hello Project.
Catherine Pease, and the late Roger Rynd, without who, Company Bad would not exist.
Hello Project enjoys the generous support of the City of Chuncheon.
Hello Project (Summer 2019) has received grant funding from the Australia-Korea Foundation, of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Hello Project (Summer and Winter 2019) was supported by Korea Disability Arts and Culture Centre and Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.
Hello Project (Winter 2019) was supported by Chuncheon Cultural Foundation.
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