sonoann.org

About us

Sonoann.org is a non-profit organization organizing workshops, exhibitions and cultural events in Europe and Korea. Our aim is to create meeting places for people from different ages, cultures and professions. By working outside established channels of contact we wish to contribute to an improved understanding between people from different levels of society.

Art director:
Amie Ann (AeKyung An), Artist, Curator

Board members:
Kim Han Gon, Secretary, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Korea
Kim Young Mi, Director, Habitat for Humanity Korea
Fredrik Forsberg, Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture
Panos Balomenos, Artist, Helsinki Finland
Helen Juhyun Park, Architect
Terje Risberg, Visual artist Oslo Norway

Cooperators in previous and current projects:
Aivia, Art and Craft Organization, Finland
Annantalo, Arts centre, Helsinki, Finland
Arts Council Korea
Arts Council of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Arts Council of North Savo, Finland
Artistic Blacksmith Association of Finland
Asia Festival, Helsinki Finland
Culture department of the Royal Library, Copenhagen, Denmark
Design Museum, Helsinki
Embassy of Finland in Korea
Embassy of Hungary in Korea
Embassy of Norway in Korea
Embassy of Poland in Korea
Embassy of Sweden in Korea
Embassy of Switzerland in Korea
Goyang Art & Culture Foundation, Korea
Helsinki film festival, Finland
Jazzkaar Festivals, Estonia
JeonJu Paper Festival 2001 Korea
Kimnaehyun Gallery, Seoul Korea
Korea Foundation
Korean Craft & Design Foundation
Korean Fashion Center of Daegu
Moss By- og industrimuseum, Moss, Norway
Museum of Cultures, National Museum of Finland
Norsk Form, Oslo Norway
Norsk Skog, Norway
Old town house of music, Tallinn, Estonia
Paju Book City, Korea
Pan Asia Paper Museum, JeonJu, Korea
Sibelius Academy, Helsinki Finland
Stoa, Helsinki Cultural Center, Finland
Tervakoski Oy, Finland
The Craft Museum of Finland
Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul Korea
Ministry of Culture, sports and Tourism, Korea
Ministry of Education, Finland
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland
Waino Aaltonen Museum, Turku, Finland
Wonju Paper Festival 2003