Faculty, Painting and Drawing
Nari Kim is an energetic, creative and experienced teaching artist, based in New York. In 2021, she joins Usdan for the first time, as she is also contemporary artist, whose work explores intersectional feminism, subaltern identity and virtual space’s effects on things. She has presented her works in diverse venues including Bronx Museum, New York; ProjectArt, New York; Space 776, New York; Koban Project Space Baltimore; Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington; Common Center, Seoul; and many others. As an art instructor, she has taught classes for teens, tweens, and families at Queens, Brooklyn, and New York Public Library branches, since 2017. She has done so through her involvement with ProjectArt, a teaching artist residency program that provides free art classes to under-served youth. She received her Master degree of Fine Art at Hunter College, New York in 2015 and a Bachelor degree of Fine Art at Hingik University, Seoul in 2009.