Eugenia is a digital archivist/humanist, choreographer, and multimedia artist. She often uses her creative process as a case study in her academic research on digital humanities and dance preservation.  Her current creative and research focus is on the use of contemporary dance to illustrate the experiences of adolescent bipolar disorder.  As a digital archivist/humanist, Ms. Kim has worked on various projects for Emerson College, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, and the Purdue University Libraries. As a choreographer, her work has been shown at the Dance Complex, Green Street Studios, and Dance for World Community Festival.  She is on the Board of Trustees for the Dance Heritage Coalition.



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