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Degree Level/Concetration: M.A. in Art Education
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Carol Ng-He is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist and art educator. She received a Master's degree of Arts in Art Education from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Bachelor's degree in Arts from Columbia College Chicago. Carol has exhibited locally and performed with modern dance choreographers at Hyde Park Art Center, Mass Hall, Jane Addams-Hull House Museum, Koehnline Museum of Art at Oakton Community College, Links Hall, and the Duncan YMCA Chernin Center for the Arts in Chicago. As a teaching artist, Carol freelances at the Silk Road Theatre Project. Currently she teaches at Columbia College Chicago, Roosevelt University, Benedictine University, and Oakton Community College.
Carol is featured on Chicago Artists Resource Arts Professional's Story section (http://www.chicagoartistsresource.org). Her publications include Reflection on the Role of Artists: A Case Study on the Hidden Visual Curriculum of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, in Teaching Artists Journal (Volume 6, Number 4), and Stepping In and Out: Performance Art in the Community College ESL Curriculum on Community Arts Network (http://www.communityarts.net). She was a recipient of the Sumasil Foundation grant.