Tabor instructor to participate in prairie art program
Tabor professor Shin-hee Chin has been selected to participate in this year’s Tallgrass Artist Residency program developed in 2016 by the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission.
Sunday through May 31, she will give public presentations, talks, workshops, demonstrations, or performances at various locations.
She will participate in a symposium Sept. 23 at Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art in Manhattan. Her works will be on display at the Bank Art Space in Matfield Green.
Chin has been an art teacher at Tabor since 2004. She has received numerous recognitions and awards and has exhibited her work at home and abroad. She also has written five publications.
Last modified May 18, 2017