Exhibition opened at the Okryu Exhibition Hall to mark 30th publication anniversary of Leader Kim Jong Il’s work “On Fine Art”
Mass harvest dance originating from peasants in modern-day South Hwanghae Province carried on as a national cultural heritage.
Artists Ko Jong Il and his son Ko Kum Il work together at the Mansudae Art Studio and are producing many great works.
Chusok, a traditional Korean holiday which falls on the 21st this year, is commonly marked with games, dances, songs, and special dishes.
Sculpture and craftwork festival opens at the Okryu Exhibition Hall in Pyongyang.
Writer O Yong Ok of the Korea April 26 Animation Studio has written songs for cartoons including ‘A Squirrel and a Hedgehog’ and other famous works.
The Pyongyang Marionette Company turned 60 years old this year but their performances are being enjoyed more than ever by the Korean children.
Exhibition marks 74th founding anniversary of the Pyongyang University of Fine Arts.
It is the Party’s intention to make every workplace of the country animated with song and dance, overflowing with optimism and stamina.
Recreation and amusement grounds completed on Rungna Islet in the Taedong River in 2012.
Music Teacher Kim Pong Sil today trains many talented xylophonists, always keeping close to her heart the memory of her performance for the President.
Marshal warmly congratulates and encourages newly commended artistes of major state art troupes.
Comprehensive fine arts center iun the DPRK known across the entire globe in art circles.
Pyongyang Department Store No. 1 organizes regular mass art activities among its workers.
The Pyongyang City Aviation Club is making a significant contribution to the development of model-aircraft technology.
All the family members of music university lecturer Ju Hye Ryon are carrying forward the neautiful traditions of Korean national instruments.
Still popular today in the DPRK, the distinctive traditional dance originated among the Korean peasantry centuries ago.
The Pyongyang Noul House are adding to the cultural and emotional life of people by providing an excellent photo service.
Fine art exhibition opened at the Okryu Exhibition House in Pyongyang City.
In April, the month for the protection of national heritage, legacies of the nation were inspected and repaired across the DPRK.
In the DPRK’s history of development of Juche-oriented dance art, there are four particularly notable dances regarded as masterpieces.
Enjoying their day free from labor, all the working people of the DPRK significantly marked the international holiday of the working class.
Merited Artist Pak Yong Il of the Korean Central Fine Arts Studio is creating many excellent fine artworks.
Janggi, or Korean chess, is one of the folk games favoured by Koreans.
Just ten years after its introduction into the DPRK, sand art and music performances are enjoying more and more popularity among people.