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Erin Kim has used story telling as a form of expression about herself and current interests.

Seen through her paintings “Belonging” and “Acceptance” which were showcased in Top Arts 2021. Exploring her identity and adolescence living in Australia as a Korean-Australian.

Additionally her 2D short “The Flower in Me” recieved the Jury Prize which was showcased in Top screens 2022. A coming of age story depicting acceptance within without the judgement of others.

To further improve and learn more ways to express her stories, Erin is attending her second year at RMIT for Bachelor of Design (Animation and Interactive Media).

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