This article investigates the distinct journeys of two cross-cultural South Korean artists who each received an MFA degree in the United States. The research examines challenges faced by cross-cultural students, correlating with previous literature on the subject. The analysis provides insights on the experiences of cross-cultural artists, highlighting the educational implications for both artists and art educators, encouraging them to approach students in a manner that fully embraces their abilities.
Keywords: East Asian students in the United States, South Korean artists, cross-cultural artists, international students
How to Cite:
Koh, J., (2022) “How “I” Shifts When Crossing Borders: Reflections of South Korean Artists Who Study Abroad in the United States”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education 39(1), 30-49. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.5381