Ann B. Kim is an artist, art educator, and an explorer. She has an MFA in Studio Art from Mills College and a dual BA in Art History and Art Practice from UC Berkeley, and is currently an Associate Professor of Fine Arts at Indiana University East in Richmond, IN where she is also the Chair of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts. Her work - mostly mixed-media work based on her reflections upon culture, time, and history - has been exhibited nationally and internationally throughout the US, Europe, and New Zealand, and she is currently represented by Muse Gallery in Columbus, Ohio and (not) Sheep Gallery, also in Columbus, OH. She is the recipient of numerous awards and grants, including the Murphy & Cadogan Fellowship from the San Francisco Arts Commission, the Sarah Lewis Foundation Painting Scholarship, Indiana University New Frontiers Exploratory Travel Fellowship, Indiana University East Faculty Research Support Fund, Indiana University East Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, and most recently the Montgomery County Arts and Cultures District Artist Opportunities Grant. She is based in Dayton, OH, which is also where her studio practice is based.
Bio by Ann Kim, written in 2020