IMPACT 2017 has ended
Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology 

 is comprised of experienced faculty and technical assistants in dance, music, theatre, visual arts, multimedia, and arts technology. IMPACT consists of a three-week intensive multimedia creative and performance experience culminating in a staged production. This workshop provides an opportunity for students to create new interactive works, as well as to learn digital and multimedia technology. International students have the opportunity to continue to develop their spoken English skills.

NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
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Sunmin Kim

Sunmin is a songwriter, a composer, a musician, a doctoral candidate, and a researcher at NYU. She learned piano and started write her own melody when she was a child. She continued to learn classical piano and write her own songs. She earned her Diploma in Professional Music with a concentration in Composition and Songwriting from Berklee College of Music in 2001. Sunmin returned to Korea and worked as a teacher and composer.  At the Departments of Practical Music at Cheonan University, Bakseok University, and Yonsei Digital Music School, Sunmin taught several music courses in practical music department. Along with teaching, Sunmin worked as a songwriter in the Korean pop music industry; among the many Korean pop songs that she published were major hits such as “Leave Me” by the signer B.M.K, and “Fever” and “Never, Ever” by Chakra.  She published many other Korean pop songs as well.

Sunmin moved to New York City in 2005 to attend New York University, where she earned her M.A. in Music Education and began her doctoral studies. While studying in the doctoral program in Steinhardt school of Music & Performinag Arts at N.Y.U, she expanded her activity to get involved in internet 2 Collaborative performances supervised by Dr. John Gilbert at N.Y.U such as Memory, Memory II: Touching by making the film and writing song as well as doing technical assistance. She also started to work as a counselor for the IMPACT- The international summer program at N.Y.U since 2009 and continues to work. She also produced her own multimedia work; bridge of the moment which was performed at Frederick Loewe’s theater at N.Y.U. Sunmin Kim has been working as a keyboardist in bands and in churches. Sunmin Kim is currently working as a researcher and historian for IMPACT workshop at New York University.