Founder and Director, Penumbra: RME
Eugenia Kim was the Digital Archivist at Emerson College from late 2013 until June 2015. Prior to her position at Emerson, Eugenia was a Metadata/User Testing Specialist and Project Coordinator for the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation grant project at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, and a Visiting Data Curation Specialist at the Purdue University Libraries. Eugenia's research interests are in the use of digital humanities technology for dance preservation, collective memory, and access. She is also an active choreographer in the Boston area who has presented at various venues across the United States. She is the founding director of Penumbra: RME, an organization dedicated to the intersection of dance/movement, history, archives/preservation, and digital humanities, which are addressed through its three distinct yet interconnected units: Research, Movement and Production Eugenia received her BS in Electronic Media, Arts, and Communications from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and her MS in Information Science from the University at Albany, SUNY. Since 2015, Eugenia has resided in Hong Kong.