States the artist, "The consistent process of art making is ritual ceremony. My entire body and soul purely united. I allow my intellect and body to follow the rhythmic processes of repetition, understanding the relationships between tool and material, the material and process, and image and content." Mi-Kyoung Lee is associate professor of Crafts and the head of Fibers at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia. She holds a BFA from Dong-A University (Fibers; Busan, Korea), and MFAs from the University of the Arts (Book Arts/Printmaking) and from Cranbrook Academy of Art (Fibers; Bloomfield Hills, MI). She is represented by Snyderman-Works Gallery in Philadelphia. This is a New & Emerging Artists Series program presented by the EIU Art Department and the Tarble Arts Center.