Kim is an artist, arts advocate and cultural leader living, working and growing in the City of Toronto. She strongly believes in community engagement, social justice and that art is a unifying language.
As an artist her practice is woven through creating her own work using printmaking and mixed media techniques, taking part in artist residencies, executing large scale community art projects and events and teaching her craft to others. Considering herself a jack of all trades she enjoys breaking things down and building them back up.
Chosen as one of the Toronto Arts Council’s Cultural Leaders in 2018 she believes in increasing equity through critical and reflecting thinking and in political advocacy and civic engagement.
Kim also loves to travel, explore new places, celebrate with food and drink and can often be found in her downtime hanging with her dog and in her garden with her hands in the dirt.