"Once you are an artist, you put your hands to many things.”
How does a young Toowoomba singer and dancer become a Korean icon in television, a translator of the Korean opera, Pansori, an educator with degrees in Visual Arts and Modern Asian Studies, and more recently the author of four published children’s books with her own publishing house?
According to Selina Kucks a.k.a Sketa, you jump right in and get hugely wet! "My blinkers were wide open and I was in the right place, at the right time, doing the right things” she says.
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