Yun Shin, M.F.A.
Assistant Professor of Art
M.F.A., University of Texas at Austin
B.F.A., Virginia Commonwealth University
B.F.A., Cho-Sun University
Professor Shin joined Northwestern's art department as an assistant professor and resident expert in the 3D studio after completing a Master of Fine Arts degree in studio art at the University of Texas. She also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in craft and material studies from Virginia Commonwealth University and a B.F.A. in industrial design from Cho-Sun University in South Korea. A sculptor and ceramist, she was a fellow at the Ox-Bow School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a resident artist at the Rochester Folk Art Guild in Middlesex, N.Y.
- Fellow Shows, The Ox-Bow Gallery, Saugatuck, MI (2010)
- Great Bothering, The Ox-Bow Gallery, Saugatuck, MI (2010)
- Holiday Festival of Crafts, Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo, NY (2007)
- The Houston Endowment Excellence Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin
- Burdine Anderson Glese Endowed Scholarship in Studio Art, University of Texas at Austin
- Robert Levers Endowed Graduate Scholarship in Studio Art, University of Texas at Austin
- College of Fine Arts Student Excellence Fund, University of Texas at Austin
- Gwang-Ju Industrial Design Excellence Award, City of Gwang-Ju, Gwang-Ju, Korea