Victoria Cho was born in Great Falls, Virginia. She attends the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) where she is expected to receive her Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Spring of 2022 and her Masters of Arts in Teaching in 2023. Cho is majoring in Painting and minoring in Printmaking and Curatorial Studies. She worked as an art studio teacher in Northern Virginia and in Maryland for three years. Cho’s interest in museum education has led her to acquire work experience at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery in their Advanced-Level Internship Program from 2020-2021. There, she worked two semesters in the Office of Educational Programs, remotely. She conducted research pertaining to the museum’s permanent collection and applied that knowledge to conduct videoconference workshops and develop digital resources for students that are currently in use. Cho went on to work at the National Gallery of Art (NGA) as a Summer Intern in 2021 where she worked remotely in their Education Division to conduct research on artworks from NGA’s collection and to develop and facilitate maker-based adult programs for the virtual space. In MICA’s Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS) course, Cho’s roles include planning promotional and educational events as the Public Programs Coordinator and working directly with artists as Assistant Curator.