Nuša Dijak is a master’s student at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education, studying Teaching program on Art Pedagogy field. She completed her bachelor’s degree at the mentioned institution. During her studies she had participated in a five month Erasmus exchange at Polytechnic Institute of Porto in Portugal. Her previous research was based on illusion in painting, where she explored establishing the illusion of three-dimensionality in a painting, and delved into the possibility of practically displaying the illusion of two-dimensionality on a three-dimensional object. At the moment she is focusing on her Master’s thesis where she is going to research the use of color in art and its effect on the observer. During the ASEF Junior Fellowship program, Nuša will visit prof. dr. Kaja Antlej at the Deakin University in Victoria, Australia. In her free time, she loves to play her ukulele, create handmade pottery and handcrafted earrings made with seashells. Her biggest passion is traveling and experiencing hidden corners of the world.