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Welcome to U.S.-Korea Arts Foundation

The U.S.-Korea Arts Foundation (USKAF) was formed on August 2007 with a mission to promote and preserve Korean heritage in the United States. This mission is strengthened daily by the support we have received from our community, friends, volunteers, and donors, and we are truly humbled by the generous spirit of our supporters. USKAF will continue to promote and preserve the Korean heritage in our communities.

We want to thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to learn more about our mission. We hope you will be inspired to join us in the mission to promote Korean culture. USKAF looks forward to upcoming events filled with inspirational and educational programs, and we invite you and your family and friends to join us in the numerous rich cultural events that will be offered this year. Please come and experience Korea with us!

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Internship Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in supporting USKAF. This internship is for college students who are interested in working with our non-profit organzation. Please send us your resume along with a cover letter. However this year we will not be having high school student internships.

Volunteer Opportunities

We are always thankful for all the help and support provided by our volunteers.
If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to download a PDF of our volunteer form.

What’s New!

Symbols of Identity: Korean Ceramics from the Collection of Chester and Wanda Chang is publkished by the Smithsonian's Asian Cultural History Program. Please click here to download a PDF oforder form.

Korea Gallery Tour Program

USKAF is proud to present Korean culture and history to American audiences vis-à-vis the Korea Gallery. USKAF developed a tour program that began in October of 2010, and is offered two times each month. In addition to the Korea Gallery, visitors are guided through Ocean Hall and the Human Origin. More than 3,000 Korea Gallery visitors have already gone through the USKAF's tour program which is targeting the 100+ Korean schools in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C area and sponsored by the Korea Foundation.

On July 15, 2011, the USKAF presented a very special, guided tour of the Korea Gallery for visitors from three public elementary schools from the State of Maryland. The principals, summer school teachers, and about 125 students participated in the tour, representing Matsunaga Elementary of Germantown, Wayside Elementary of Potomac, and Clarksburg Elementary of Clarksburg. The field trip began at 11a.m. and lasted about an hour-and-a-half. The response to the tour was an overwhelming success!

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Korea Gallery
Tour Program

Smithsonian Korea Gallery Tour Program starts in December 2010
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