This new article has just been published!Song, B. (2022). Virtual reality and augmented reality technologies for art education: The perceptions and responses of undergraduate students. Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art. https://doi.org/10.1386/vi_00061_1
On August and September, 2022, I co-curated the four exhibitions titled “Old Korea from the Eyes of Four Western Artists” at ECU with Dr. Jin-Ae Kang at School of Communication. Thank you Dr. Young-Dahl Song and Dr. Kang for the wonderful opportunity to learn and grow by exploring the hidden part of history!
Theresa Hill’s Painting. “In order to describe my frustration of my isolation, I have shown two people yelling with the virus in between them, which describes how many relationships I’ve lost due to the virus coming in between us.”
I have published the following co-authored article. So exciting!
Song, B., & Lim, K. (2022). Isolation, connection, and embracement: Exploring students’ perspectives on virtual art education during the pandemic. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. https://doi.org/10.1080/15505170.2022.2075496
I was extremely grateful to receive the 2022 Outstanding Teaching Award from the Art Education Technology Group at the National Art Education Association’s Annual Convention held in NYC in March 2022. Thank you so much for all your support.