Dr Wuon-Gean Ho

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Wuon-Gean graduated with a BA in History of Art from Cambridge University, before taking up a Japanese Government Scholarship in 1998 to study woodblock printmaking in Japan. She later studied MA Printmaking at the Royal College of Art, graduating with a distinction in 2016. She has since been working as a freelance artist, researcher and lecturer working in print, artist’s books and animation.

Wuon-Gean exhibits her award-winning artworks internationally, as well as participating in residencies in the US, Canada, China, Italy and the UK. Her artworks are held in the permanent collections of the University of Aberystwyth; British Museum; Changsha Normal University, China; Kennesaw State University, University of Tennessee; Splitgrafic, Croatia; Tate Library; the National Art Library at the Victoria and Albert Museum; and the Victoria and Albert Museum. She has taken part in numerous international print conferences both as an invited speaker and exhibitor, and also been a panel organizer and portfolio coordinator. She was commissioned by the Royal Mint to design the Chinese Lunar Calendar Shengxiao Collection from 2014–18 and was the News and Preview Editor for Printmaking Today magazine for five years.

In celebration of the 20th year anniversary of the CFPR’s IMPACT Printmaking Conference, Wuon-Gean is the inaugural editor of our new peer-reviewed academic publication, the IMPACT Printmaking Journal www.impactprintmaking.com


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