Facilities

Visit Website

Arts Council Korea Main Center

640, Bitgaram-ro, Naju-si, Jeollanam-do

  • In 2014 ARKO’s main center moved south from Seoul to Naju in Jeollanam-do. As the Daehakro area where ARKO was established had served as the center of Korea’s arts and culture, we will play our role in developing the cultural hub in Naju Bitgaram Innovative City.
Visit Website

Artist House

3, Dongsung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

  • As the main center of ARKO from 1976 to 2010, the name of the building was changed to ‘Artist House’ in December 2010 and it has been used as a place for artists to create and communicate. While keeping its historical symbolism as Korea’s national historic site no. 278, we hope it continues to be a place where creative activities flourish and everyone can enjoy the pleasure of arts and culture.
Visit Website

ARKO Art Center

3, Dongsung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

  • Opened in 1979, this building has been known as ARKO Art Center since September 2005. Its purpose is to be ‘a visual arts community space that is both international and experimental as well as being a hub for contemporary visual arts’. It runs various programs such as educational workshops, and seminars as well as exhibitions.
Visit Website

Insa Art Space

89, Changdeokgung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

  • Insa Art Space was created in 2000 to serve as an alternative space for creative artists. It presents diverse exhibitions and events, acting as a platform to support emerging artists.
Visit Website

ARKO·DAEHAKRO ARTS THEATER

(ARKO ARTS THEATER)7, Daehak-ro 8-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
(DAEHAKRO ARTS THEATER) 17, Daehak-ro 10-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

  • ARKO Arts Theater was opened in 1981 and Daehakro Arts Theater was opened in 2010. Both have a main hall, a small hall, studios and a cafe. Together they host around 160 performances per year and welcome around 140,000 visitors, contributing to the preservation, sustainability and development of performing arts.
Visit Website

ARKO Arts Archive

(Main Center)2,3F, Hangaram Design Museum, 2406, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul
(Daehakro Center) 3F, Artist house, 3, Dongsung-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

  • Opened in May 1979, ARKO Arts Archive is both the oldest and largest arts archive in Korea. As well as systematically collecting, preserving, and managing arts data, this center produces basic research data through oral collections of modern Korean art history, production of performance and exhibition videos. It operates facilities for viewing and renting arts materials and provides quality service to users by developing various programs such as lectures and exhibitions.
Visit Website

ARKO HRD Center

10, Seonghyeon-ro 513beon-gil, Ilsandong-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do

  • ARKO HRD Center is an educational organization that has fostered a number of artists and cultural professionals since its establishment in 1992. It provides a range of educational programs for performing arts professionals and newcomers in the sector at different stages of their careers. It also rents the Stage Art Studio and the Experimental Theater. It aims to develop the skills of arts and culture professionals and nurture them to become internationally recognised.