株式会社KOREA PLAZA HIROBAは、NPOP法人アジア希望キャンプ機構(ACOPIA)の協力会社です。芸能事務所(大衆文化芸術企画業)として登録されています。
KOREA PLAZA HIROBAは2021年7月から多文化社会を応援するISKA芸能活動を行うことになりました。日本とアジア各国からメンバーを随時募集中です。
KOREA PLAZA HIROBA Co., Ltd. is a partner company of NPO Asia Hope Camp Organization (ACOPIA). It is registered as an entertainment agency (popular culture and art planning business).
KOREA PLAZA HIROBA will carry out ISKA entertainment activities to support a multicultural society from 2021. We are always looking for members from Japan and other Asian countries.
・ Acopia House will be provided.
・ Training (dance / vocal / composition / Korean) will be provided.
・ Management is provided.
Trainees work under an ISKA entertainer contract. The contract period is 6 months and can be extended. We will be active in multicultural exchange events and stages between Japan and Korea and the world. We also support Asian youth painters. If you would like to participate in ISKA, please apply.
◆ How to apply for ISKA
・ Please send Self-introduction, photos and videos by email.
◆ Eligibility for application
・ country of origin：Japan, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, East Timor, Philippines, Bhutan, Brunei, Malaysia, Myanmar, Maldives, Mongolia, Laos, Uzbekistan, Kirgis, Russia, Ukrainian, Belarus
・ Age：18~27 years old．
ISKA ARTISTのAcopia Thaomiがアーティスト活動への感想を書いてくれました！
Hello! This is Thao My, the first ISKA Artist. Starting off, it’s been already two months as an ISKA Artist and I am incredibly grateful for my time working. The time I spent as
an ISKA Artist were meaningful as I was able to use the time to support the cause through dance and art and help build a bigger multicultural society the time is go with help
supported by many staff who are all working to create a better society I said every moment I had at ISKA was a fun time. ISKA, International Student Korean Association, had a goal
that I knew very well.
Even if the time I had was short, the purpose of ISKA was very meaningful. ISKA is to build a better multicultural world through art. Art, which can mean plentiful activity and colors. Art has always been an important part of my life, and art will always dictate joy and sadness. But it is through art we also form bonds. Bonds that I hope will guide Korea and the World to being more and more accepting. Maybe it’ll take one step at a time. Maybe it will take just one dance performance or one beautiful painting, but the progress will happen.
Acopia gave me great opportunities to work with great staff that simultaneously helped me work on my own skills while doing ISKA activities. With weekly vocal and dance lessons, I could better hone my own art practice. From here on out, I know I can do nothing but improve and that ISKA was a great part in guiding my career and my goals. I am a different person after being involved in ISKA, for the better. Although the work was busy and often much at times, unlike other work, it was all meaningful for a cause. ISKA activities are done with reason and purpose that anyone can respect.
Due to the global predicament of COVID-19, many opportunities to share my performances were cancelled or unavailable. Coming to Korea alone, I was excited to do nothing but perform. But this was not an option as following my entry in July, cases would just go up and up. The weekly ISKA live performances helped this, and all while spreading that ever so important message. Every week alongside Acopia Dani, I was able to work on crucial skills. Singing is no means my strong point, and through diligent work with the teachers at Acopia I am improving step by step.