Ye Sul Park

Ye Sul Park (she/her) is a PhD student in Art Education at Penn State University, who has been fortunate enough to take on several artistic identities including artist, educator, curator, and researcher. She received her BFA in Painting & Printmaking from Ewha Woman’s University in South Korea, MA in Visual Arts Administration from New York University, and EdM in Arts in Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Inspired by her internship experiences at art museums like MoMA and the Whitney, Ye Sul pursued her career in museum education, working with diverse learner groups ranging from K-12 to seniors. While she was designing public programs at the Coreana Museum of Art in South Korea, she worked with new media artists to produce performances, workshops, and screening series. Ye Sul became fascinated by how their work creates sensorial, affective, and interactive learning experiences. She is interested in how new media and emerging technologies are reshaping pedagogical approaches in art education and aims to help students navigate through the evolving media environment creatively and critically.