Federation of Cultural and Arts Organizations
·Establishment: The Inaugural General Assembly was held at National
Assembly building on January 5, 1962 with 10 participant organizations
(Architecture, Korean Classical Music, Dancing, Literature, Fine
Arts, brought into being as a civilian body of national importance
which is capable of closing the ranks of solidarity among artists,
strengthening their social rights and interests, and putting up
a unified front
to deal with
the problems of art culture and artists.
Concerned: Matters issuing forth from the authorities concerned
pass through the Federation down to the constituent organization
(except the independant activities of the constituent organization).
Board of Directors consist of three directors from each constituent
organization, (of which one is by right the general manager of the
Federation's branch office).
Lee Seong-lim (Korean Classical Music)
for Fine Arts: Kwak Suk-son, Kim Kyung-Hwa, Moon Gon (General Manager
of Daegu Branch Office of the Federation)
Lee Seung-hwan, Ha Cheol-gyeong
Association of Arts
in 1954 in Venice.
Non-political artists' organization established to facilitate the
relations among the artists the world over and to support the social
and econimic status and their rihgts.
·Date of Accession:
August 9, 1962
Member Countries: 81 nations
Convened every three years by turns is a member country to discuss
matters in hand
Committee: Consist of 13 member countries (elected by the General
Fee: SF 1,990 (members possessed of a membership ID are exempt from
admission fees or given a discount for all art halls and museums.
The Federation took part in the fourth General Assembly held in
1963 in New York through to the 14th General Assembly which took
place in 1995 in Mexico (It hosted the 13th General Assembly in
1992 in Seoul)