Min Jeong Song is an assistant professor in the Department of Cultural and Creative Arts at the Education University of Hong Kong. She earned her Ph.D. in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art, MFA, and BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and the Ohio State University respectively.
Prior to joining the Education University of Hong Kong, Song was a research fellow in the Design Convergence Research Center at Ewha Womans University where she researched 3D Printing in design education, 3D printed teaching aids and online 3D design platforms. Her research interests include the convergence of craft and digital technology in art and design education, STEAM, and maker culture. She is currently the principal investigator of the research project entitled The work of art in the age of post-digital production: A study of the maker culture in Hong Kong funded by the University Grants Committee (Early Career Scheme, 2019).
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.