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Devin Jo

Devin(Bokyoung) Jo is a Ph.D. candidate in Art Education at the University of Georgia. She focuses on her research interests, encompassing art appreciation for higher education, artful inquiry, international (graduate) student studies, and Asian feminism studies, especially art-based learning to integrate and expand various knowledge. You can find her current collaborative work(as a contributor) in the book (2023) Art as a Way of Listening: Centering Student and Community Voices in Language Learning and Cultural Revitalization (Edited by Wager, A. C., Berriz, B. R., Cranmer, L. A., and Poey, V. M.) You can contact her at and reach out to her social media account and webpage, @devinjo._/

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Educational & Teaching 

As the following categories inform, my goals as an (arts) educator are fourfold:


1) Arts education that practices diversity, equity, and inclusion, and that explores social justice

2) Embracing the exploration of various domains and themes through the arts

3) A comprehensive curriculum that incorporates diverse knowledge and artistic approaches

4) HyFlex art learning environment prepares for social changes

I am an art educator, researcher, and artist.

These multiple roles are inseparable from and enrich each other through comprehensive, transformative, integrative, and interdisciplinary learning. As an art educator, I strive to help students holistically synthesize, translate, and “braid” their lives, experiences, knowledge, and art. As an ever-growing educator and artist with an arts-based, student-centered curriculum, I want my students to hone their artistic practice, identify the challenges and changes that the community and the world require of them, understand what they desire and what they pay attention to, and help them to make their own progress in this vast and diverse world. 

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