Verónica Soria-Martínez focuses on art education, visual culture, and sonic arts. She holds a Ph.D. and a master's degree in visual arts and intermedia from the Polytechnic University in Valencia, Spain. Previously part of the art collective Cràter, she engaged in community projects and public interventions in Spain from 2014 to 2018. Examples of Verónica's research are "Resounding Memory: Aural Augmented Reality and the Retelling of History" (Leonardo Music Journal, MIT Press) and “Visualizing Communities of Practice” (Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education). She has presented at diverse conferences globally and exhibited her work internationally. Currently an assistant professor of art education at UW-Whitewater, Verónica's teaching background spans Visual Arts at Rockford Public Schools, new media at New Genres Art Space, and Art Education at Rockford University. Her research interests encompass education, sound art, audio and visual cultures, digital and interactive art, and critical theory.