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  • Mythos Yang

    Mythos Yang, the celebrated oriental artist, founder of YMM Art Education International Group, insists on reviewing inner world from the perspective of art. She has many popular publications such as “Myrica Turns Red”, “Little Thoughts”, “Dandruffs of Mind”, etc. On child education, she puts great emphasis on protecting and cultivating students’ imagination and creativity. She proposed that “Make a Child Happy If You Want Them Learn”. For this, Mythos fostered a lot of students admitted by world top art schools. She currently works and lives in Washington, D.C. (YMM R&D headquarters) in charge of curriculum development.

  • Moses Wang

    Mr. Moses, the founder of YMM Art Education International Group and renowned educator, has been researching with creative industry and art education in the East and West for over a decade. He has developed “The Theory System of YMM Art Education”. The YMM Art Academy he founded now has many locations in the world. Under his teaching philosophy “To enlighten wisdom by art”, more and more children are living an intellectually and culturally enriched life.

  • Kevin Conlon

    Kevin's approach to leading some of the best art and design colleges in the U.S. comes from his belief that art improves not just culture, but also commerce and community. An expert in project-based curriculum design and accreditation, as well as online and competency-based learning, he provides insight to YMM for its school management and curriculum.

  • Caroline Chapin

    Dr. Caroline, the head of Christ Episcopal School, has rich experience in education management and early childhood education. She worked as an Early Childhood Program Specialist with the Southeastern Regional Vision for Education (SERVE), a federally funded educational research laboratory. In Christ Episcopal School, one of the bases of YMM teaching R&D, she launched the experiment “Teach Courses through the Form of Art”, which has brought her remarkable achievements on how to inspire students’ imagination through art education.

  • Shaochun Yin

    As the PhD supervisor of Fine Arts at Capital Normal University, as well as a leading expert in the research of art education theory and practice, professor Yin published a number of researching works on art education, which made a great contribution to China. As an international instructor of YMM Research Institute, he is providing high-level academic theories both for curriculum system and teaching practice.

  • Ling Hou

    Mr. Ling Hou is the receiver of State Council’s Special Allowance, he was sent to the U.S. to study art education for several times. Backing from U.S., he devoted himself to the research of educational theory and teaching. Mr. Ling Hou is particularly known for his works “Art Education with Student’s Human Spirits” and other two books. He is also a member of Art Education Module Committee. Combined with the characteristics of art education in China and U.S., he puts American-style teaching philosophy into YMM education, which stimulates YMM more systematic and professional.

  • Wangru Wu

    Professor Wu, a member of Art Education Committee, Ministry of Education, Taiwan, professor of department of Arts and Design, National Hsinchu University of Education, devotes to setting up art communications of cross-strait and promoting art education reform and levels. He is now the international instructor of YMM Research Institute taking charge of school matters of Taiwan campus and art communications enhancement.

  • Daquan Dai

    Mr. Dai , professor of the Academy of Arts & Design at Tsinghua University, deputy director of China National Academy of Painting, a member of Review Committee of National Art Museum of China, won the Gold Medal on Chinese Arts Gold-color Prize and Gold Medal on National Printmaking Exhibition. His works were exhibited on National Art Exhibition for several times and were collected by Portland Art Museum, Oxford University Museums, ect. He is now the international instructor of YMM Research Institute taking charge of research on teaching theory.

  • Tom Gattis

    Mr. Tom is the dean for the Columbus College of Art and Design. He puts all his heart into curriculum development and emphasizes the practical ability, which broke the traditional teaching mode of U.S. design schools. He commits himself to making YMM courses more professional, advanced and acceptable to parents and students around the world.

  • Baoping Jin

    Mr. Jin is the professor at Shenzhen University Art & Design College, head of Shenzhen University Printmaking Research Institution. He was invited to teach at art schools in Europe or be a visiting scholar frequently. He has 30-year experience in course teaching with English language. He also provides academic guidance for YMM teaching works.

  • Lin Xiao

    Michelle is the deputy dean of YMM Research Institute, creator of “Children’s Fashion Design Courses”. With 11 years of experience in teaching research, she takes charge of curriculum design, renewal of teaching material database and teachers’ training. She has also led YMM students to attend art exchanges in America, U.K., France, Japan, etc. She holds the opinion that “interest” is the core of teaching.

  • Yong Lu

    Mr. Lu is a decorative painter and has published many personal collections of his artworks such as “Soundless -- Figure Drawing of Lu Yong”, etc. He is now the deputy dean of YMM Art Academy. In his classes, Lu focuses on inspiring and helping students to develop creative thinking and artistic personality.

  • Lorena Lasky

    Ms. Lorena is an artist, graphic designer, and an art teacher to inner-city children through the Toronto District School Board. She is now holding the post of director of education in YMM Space Toronto campus. Ms. Lorena is particularly known for the diversification of teaching. She is also the author of a curriculum-based text book on literacy, specifically designed to be accessible by visually impaired students.

  • Luisa Vargas

    Ms. Luisa, the director of education at YMM Washington campus, obtained bachelor degree in psychology and master degree in art therapy at the George Washington University. She is good at teaching with different art forms and making spiritual communication with students. She holds the opinion that “the Aim of Art is Self-discovery and is also the Journey of Pursuing Pure Nature and Minds”.

  • Ying Liu

    Ms. Bella is an experienced advisor of early childhood. She has published related papers on children’s art. As an advisor of Miro class at YMM Research Institute, she always guides teachers to develop teaching materials and advocates children should learn in a playful environment based on psychological and physiological characteristics. She thought teachers can help students discover themselves, express themselves and have the “real” art creation at their ages.

  • Jiayu Wu

    Ms. Carrie is the instructor of Spring Paddy class at YMM Research Institute. She works on teaching R&D for many years and advocates teaching should be done according to students’ mental development. She often encourages students to try and experience art in the hope of developing their potential talents.

  • Xuan’en Huang

    Ms. Coco works on fashion design for so many years mainly researching colors, materials and expression relationships of modeling. She is now the instructor of Fashion Design class at YMM Research Institute studying with how to teach students complicated fashion design. She devotes herself to conveying creative thinking to students and improving their aesthetic appreciations, artistic styles, tastes and hands-on abilities.

  • Pengcheng Ji

    Pengcheng Ji has many years of art teaching experiences and has done in-depth researches on aesthetic laws and creative techniques. Currently she is the Master Teacher of International Manga Class at YMM Art Education Research Institute. Ms. Ji devotes herself to instruct and train teachers to teach students in accordance with their aptitudes and explore every student’s strength by creative education method in animation and comic teaching. She hopes the students will be able to think creatively and independently.