Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, He Jin Jang is a multi-city based choreographer, performer, teacher, and artistic advisor. Jang has presented her works internationally including ar the Kitchen, Dixon Place, Movement Research at the Judson, American Dance Festival (Durham, US), WUK (Vienna, Austria), University of Bristol (Bristol, UK), Volkshochschule (Bern, Switzerland), National Museum of Contemporary Arts (Bucharest, Romania), Temps d'Image Festival (Cluj-napoca, Romania) and Seoul International Choreography Festival (Seoul, Korea) among others. Jang is a recipient of Fresh Tracks Performance/Residency (New York, '14-15), DanceWeb Fellowship (Vienna/Austria, '11), Arts Council Korea Fellowship (Korea, '09-11), and Artist-In-Residency at Movement Research (New York, '09-11). In 2012, Jang had an honor of winning Webb Bierley Fellowship for her teaching at Hollins University. Jangs teaching credit includes Hollins University (Assistant Professor of Dance, 11-14), American Dance Festival (Faculty, 09-10&13), Dance New Amsterdam (Modern Guest Artist, 10-11), Movement Research (Faculty, 11), and many other guest teaching at universities/festivals/performing arts high schools in US, Mexico and Korea.