Korean Art Students Wrap Up Two-Week Stay at LIU Post with Art Exhibit
Stephanie Koithan,Internal Communications Coordinator
LIU Post, Long Island University
Twenty students from Chungnam Arts High School in South Korea wrapped up a two-week stay at LIU Post's Summer Institute of English, Art and Culture with a farewell dinner and awards ceremony on July 13.
The group presented an exhibit of art works and English language projects they had created on campus and during tours of New York City.
Among the works the students presented were scenes of the campus as well as New York City, including the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, and the NYC skyline at night. Some of their art featured the LIU Post logo or the University slogan "Find Out How Good You Really Are."
The dinner was sponsored by the School of Continuing Education and attended by LIU Post Provost Paul Forestell.
The Summer Institute of English, Art and Culture is now in its second year as a popular international experience for those students who want to enhance their knowledge of America and study English and art under outstanding American teachers at the same time.
The visiting students departed from LIU Post on Saturday morning, July 14, and arrived back home in South Korea after a 13-hour flight.
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