USC to exhibit sketches of 1970s Korea by former Peace Corps volunteer

June 5, 2015
Neil Landreville will see his sketches of rural Korea in the 1970s exhibited inside USC's Doheny Library. (The Korea Times)

Neil Landreville will see his sketches of rural Korea in the 1970s exhibited inside USC’s Doheny Library. (Korea Times)

By Kim Chul-soo

A series of sketches by a former American Peace Corps volunteer, Neil Landreville, will show inside the University of Southern California’s Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library from Friday to June 14.

Sixteen pieces depicting rural Korean life in the 1970s as Landreville saw it will be displayed as a part of a photo exhibition inside the library’s East Asian main floor.

Landreville, 78, has a Korean name, Na No-yeol. He volunteered in Gimje, Jeonju and Seoul for six years as a medical volunteer giving shots for cholera and encephalitis.

He started sketching the memories of his experience in ink brush paintings in 1980. The collection has already been showcased in New York and Washington, D.C.

The exhibit is sponsored by the Korea Foundation.

 

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