Rey Jeong is a social practice artist and an activist who vocalizes racial, gender and social justice through creative practices. As a member of the diaspora, first generation immigrants, and women of color, Rey’s work outlines interdisciplinary methods across languages, visual arts, and the Critical Race Theory for making liminal spaces to observe the intersections between race, gender, and storytelling. Rey earned her MFA at the University of Michigan and completed her BFA in animation at Sejong University in Seoul. Now, she is a Professor of Practice and IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) Generator at the School of Art and Design and Performing Art Division at Alfred University.