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Jeoung-Ah Kim

Jeoung-Ah Kim, Korean, South Korean ceramist, researcher. Achievements include first to riginal contribution of paper-composite porcelain research; research in the role of paper fibre in providing reinforcement in the initial stages of forming and fabricating clay composites; research in ceramics between the fields of arts and traditional sciences.

Background

  • Kim, Jeoung-Ah was born on February 20, 1962 in TaeJeon, Republic of Korea. Daughter of Yong-Woo Kim and Soon-Eui Hong.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, 1987. Master of Arts, Ewha Woman's University, Seoul, 1990. Master of Fine Arts, HDK, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 1993.

      Philosophy, HDK, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 2004. Doctor of Philosophy, HDK, Gothenburg University, Sweden. Doctor of Science University of Art and Design Helsinki, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 2006.

    Career

    • Researcher University Art & Design, Helsinki, 1995—2000. Reporter Monthly Ceramic Art, Seoul, since 1996. Researcher School of Design & Crafts, Gothenburg University, since 2001.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include first to riginal contribution of paper-composite porcelain research. Research in the role of paper fibre in providing reinforcement in the initial stages of forming and fabricating clay composites. Research in ceramics between the fields of arts and traditional sciences.

    Connections

    • Married Kelvin Pan, July 1, 1993 (divorced July 25, 2001). 1 child Peter.
    • father: Yong-Woo Kim
    • mother: Soon-Eui Hong
    • spouse: Kelvin Pan
    • child: Peter Kim
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    Born February 20, 1962
    (age 55)
    Nationality
    • 1987
      Ewha Womans University
    • 1990
      Ewha Woman's University
    • 1993
      HDK
    • 2004
      HDK
    • 2006
      Gothenburg University
    • 1995
      Researcher, University Art & Design
      Helsinki, Southern Finland, Finland
    • 1996
      reporter Monthly Ceramic Art
      Seoul, Seoul-t'ukpyolsi, Republic of Korea
    • 2001
      researcher, School of Design & Crafts
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