Youngjin Song is a designer, curator and artist based in New York City. Her research and practice reflect an interdisciplinary approach that ranges from architecture and urbanism to exhibition and social practice. Her most recent research looks at the exhibition as a critical medium for community engagement and empowerment, placemaking and providing a platform to discuss complex challenges of our time.
Song designed and curated multiple exhibitions for an alternative art space in Cambridge, MA and organized courses and workshops with renowned artists and cultural/educational institutions. She was appointed inaugural Irving Innovation Fellow in the Arts from 2017–19 at Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she received an MDes degree in Art, Design and the Public Domain with distinction and received the Dimitris Pikionis Award for outstanding academic achievement.
- INTAR-23ST-03 Advanced Design Studios
- NMSE-8900-15 ISP Non-major Elective
- INTAR-2104-01 Topics In Exhibition Design & Narrative Environment II
- INTAR-23ST-01 Advanced Design Studios