Bridge To Korea Exhibit and Info on IHP 54th annual Global Gala After Party, the Gala is Sold Out, Yeah!!
International House Philadelphia’s largest
annual fundraising event takes place Saturday, May 9, 2015, at 6:00pm,
when the non-profit organization holds its 54th annual Global Gala at
its multicultural residential facility at 3701 Chestnut Street in
University City. Proceeds from the gala, which celebrates the culture
and heritage of Korea this year, will support International House Philadelphia’s vital mission in a changing world. The popular GALA IS SOLD OUT. There’s an after party which still has tickets and are available online at www.ihousephilly.org/globalgala.
Earlier this month a reception was held for artists Namsook Kwon and Sueim Koo’s “Bridge to Korea”, which is on display at the International House Philadelphia through June, in conjunction with the gala’s theme.
Namsook Kwon and her daughter Meeyup Lee.
directions live and die at the same place. Nevertheless, wilderness is
beautiful for those who walk toward the future..” Kwon said.
affordable student housing for individuals and groups, world-class film,
arts and cultural programming, language courses and facilities in the
heart of University City.
Supporting sponsors are the University of Pennsylvania and Progressive
Business Publications. Friend sponsors include Drexel University, Elliot
Lewis, PNC Bank and Tim Haahs.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Councilman Oh is a distinguished
Korean-American who has made a positive impact in the community for more
than 25 years.
founded Philadelphia’s first Korean-American church in 1953.
Julie Jin with their teacher Artist Namsook Kwon.
runs from 9:00pm to 2:00am. To purchase tickets or learn more about
supporting International House Philadelphia, contact IHP’s Development Office at 215-895-6528 or firstname.lastname@example.org. After-Party tickets are also available online