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Carina Maye

Coordinator and Fellow



Carina is a fourth-generation graduate of the Unsinkable Albany State University in Albany, Georgia, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Art. She went on to receive her Master of Fine Art in Sculpture at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, GA in 2013. While in her fifth year of teaching in higher education, Carina completed her Master of Art in Business Design Arts Leadership at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, GA, in August of 2018. She is currently completing the fourth year of her Doctor of Art and Art Education program at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York, New York. Carina has worked in Teachers College’s Macy Art Gallery for three years and currently serves as the gallery’s coordinator and fellow.


Bing Bai

Assistant Fellow



Bing Bai is a multimedia artist who was born in China and now lives in New York.  She is currently pursuing Ed.D. in Art & Art Education Program at Teachers College,Columbia University. She also works as a fellow in Macy Art Gallery. Her current research interest is about the social media platform as an alternative museum for underserved artists.

Bing specializes in textile design, sculpture, photography, and book design. She loves to make surprises by interweaving intimate materials, art forms, and interactive experiences, reflecting the complexity of cultural identity.

Before she came to TC,  she earned a BA in Tsinghua University and MFA in Chongqing University. After she left the Museum work, she has traveled across southwest and northwest China to gain inspiration from traditional heritage and styles she later embodied in her art.  As a pioneer of Community Art Education in China, she found her studio and Culture & Art Center in China, bringing her prior museum and non-profit work experience with community art projects. 


Uisuk Byeon

Assistant Fellow



Uisuk Byeon (Ed.D. in Art and Art Ed.) studied traditional Korean painting as an undergraduate major at Hongik University in S. Korea (2005) and studied painting and drawing for her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2009). Uisuk has had four solo exhibitions, including her most recent exhibition, Emerged (2020) in Seoul, and numerous group exhibitions globally in U. S., Berlin, and Korea. As an artist, Uisuk has developed her painting through questioning and experimenting with the materiality of paintings. Her current research for a doctoral dissertation focuses on contemporary artists having an educational background in traditional Korean painting and how they have developed their artistic identity between tradition and contemporaneity. Uisuk currently works as a gallery fellow in Macy Art Gallery at TC. 

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