Min Jeong Song is an artist and educator, teaching in the department of Cultural and Creative Arts at the Education University of Hong Kong. She received her PhD in Ceramics and Glass from Royal College of Art. She holds MFA and BFA degrees in Glass from Rhode Island School of Design and Ohio State University respectively.Prior to joining the Education University of Hong Kong, Song was a research fellow at the Design Convergence Research Center, Ewha Womans University where she researched 3D Printing in Design and Education. Also, she was a lecturer in 3D Design Crafts at Plymouth College of Art from 2013-2015 where she taught and undertook a funded research project ‘kinetic glass art’.
Song’s current research focuses on the convergence of craft and digital technology in art and design education. Her other varied research interests include materiality of glass, cultural hybridity embodied in objects, 3D printing in art and design education, and technology and 3D design. As a practitioner, Song makes work in a wide range of media including glass, ceramics, print, video and digital media, and has been exhibiting her work at established international events and venues including the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, London Design Festival, Milan Design Week, Collect and SOFA Chicago.