Kyung Euh

Kyung Euh

Class of 2017


Kyung Euh is originally from Seoul, South Korea. She is a painter, media artist, educator, and entrepreneur. Her passion is to connect people and their stories in a diverse, artistic way. She holds a BFA in western painting from Sungshin Women’s University and a MA in digital media content design from Kookmin University in Korea. Before moving to the US, she was fortunate to be part of numerous exhibitions as an emerging artist and several government sponsored projects involving creative community design projects. She also served as a visiting professor for teaching motion graphic design for Korean college students. She also is an artist in residence at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment in Huntsville, AL.

Developed from the Applied Project, Kyung launched her venture, <Art Family Life>, a web video series designed for immigrant families living in the United States. Each video uses an art-based approach to provide background about specific US cultural traditions and introduce entry points for immigrants to engage and adopt elements into their own family life. Topics include youth birthday parties and Halloween among others.

What is something you’ve learned in the Mike Curb MA in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership program that will shape your future work?

I am fortunate to have been part of a program that emphasizes how to engage the art and business communities by finding the intersection where both communities can make a positive contribution to a community.