The Korean American community has launched a Campaign to raise $10 million to build and endow the Korean American National Museum.
Located in the heart of Koreantown at the corner of Vermont Avenue and 6th Street, the Museum will be one of the Korean American community's most important cultural assets.
It will comprise 30,000 square feet on two floors, with a rooftop garden.
The Museum will house three large galleries, an auditorium, conference rooms for community use, and a cafe/gift shop, all on two floors. There will be approximately 6,000 square feet of exterior garden space atop the 2nd floor for museum visitors and special events.
To acknowledge the leadership and generosity of those prominent donors to the Campaign, the community will name major components of the building in their honor.
What follows is a list of Major Giving Levels and the corresponding Naming Opportunity for each.
For further information, please contact Shinae Yoon, Executive Director of the Korean American National Museum at (213) 388-4229.
The Korean American National Museum's building will be named in honor of the donor.
The Museum's Assembly Hall (seating capacity: 250; 3,264 sq. ft.)
The Museum's First Floor Exhibition Hall (4,103 sq. ft.)
The Museum's Second Floor Est Gallery Space(4,175 sq. ft.)
The Museum's Second Floor Est Gallery Space (4,175 sq. ft.)
The Museum's Rooftop Garden 5500,000(6,240 sq. ft.)
The Museum's Conference Room 1
The Museum's Conference Room 2
The Museum's Conference Room 3
The Museum's Cafe and Gift Store
The Museum's Office 1
The Museum's Office 2
The Museum's Office 3
The Museum's Room 1
The Museum's Room 2