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Home >  Academics >  Visual & Performing Arts Division >  Visual Arts Department >  Faculty Biographies-Art >  Eunyoung Hwang

Eunyoung Hwang, MA, MFA

Professor Eunyoung Hwang received her M.A. in Art History from University of North Texas (2000) concentrating in Northern Renaissance Art; M.F.A. in Studio Art from West Texas A&M University (1995) with emphasis on Painting and Drawing; and B.A. from Wagner College (1993) majoring in Studio Art.

Prof. Hwang has been teaching at Folsom Lake College since fall of 2000 in diverse two dimensional studio art and art history classes. Besides teaching, she is a faculty adviser for the student art club, known as SODA (Student Organization for Developing Art). She has worked on numerous studio art and art history curricula to offer diverse course selections for students, organized art exhibitions, served as juror in diverse student art shows, conducted workshops, presented research papers, and exhibited her art.

Prof. Hwang believes in building strong academic foundation for students both in studio and art history courses so the students are well prepared to further their studies when they transfer. For the students who are taking the classes for self-enrichment, she believes that the strong foundation will help them to reach their personal goals. She enjoys playing with her dog David, named after Michelangelo's sculpture.