[caption id="attachment_15221" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="PA-YA's "Noblesse Children" "][/caption] The Santa Barbara Museum of Art is now hosting “Chaotic Harmony” - The first major exhibition in the United States of photographs made by contemporary Korean artists presently living in South Korea. Bringing together work by 40 contemporary photographers, this presentation of 42 large-scale images examines a range of contemporary issues. DramaFever has contributed to the multimedia aspect of the exhibit with four classic Korean drama titles: Queen Seonduk, Coffee Prince, Jewel In The Palace and IRIS. Visitors to the SBMA will find several TVs playing Kdramas, along with several iPads loaded with additional information on artists from Chaotic Harmony, contemporary Korean music videos, and traditional Korean music. Visitors are encouraged to page through these iPads to learn more about their favorite exhibition artists. [caption id="attachment_15219" align="alignleft" width="409" caption="Korean dramas on display courtesy of DramaFever."][/caption] Drama Fans also take note that on August 22nd at 2:30 pm, Suk-Young Kim, Associate Professor of Theatre at UCSB, will give a free lecture on Soap Operas and Contemporary Korean Culture. For more information log onto the SBMA website. For information on "Chaotic Harmony", visit http://chaoticharmonysbma.tumblr.com/