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Art of the Forgotten War

Friday 7th June / presented by James Hall

Art allow people to present their truth and version of what’s happening around them, and what has happened in their past.

For many, it’s a way to recall human’s inhumanity and remind people how horrific they can be.

The Korean War was three years of horror.

It’s called the ‘Forgotten War’ due to the lack of public attention it received both during and after the atrocities.

UWA’s Dr Joanna Elfving-Hwang is examining how visual arts were used in both North & South Korea to create state approved memories of the so - called ‘Forgotten War’ this afternoon.

James Hall spoke to her earlier this morning…

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