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WONG Lai Ching Fiona

WONG Lai Ching Fiona

Senior Lecturer / Subject Coordinator
WONG Lai Ching FionaSenior Lecturer / Subject Coordinator BEd, University of East Anglia, UK MFA, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Specialty: Ceramics Fiona is a renowned and well-respected ceramic artist in Hong Kong.  She was selected as the Artist of the Year (Visual Arts) in the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2017.  In the same year, she received the commendation award presented by the Secretary of Home Affairs for her contributions to the promotion of arts and culture. Fiona’s works have been…
TSANG Chui Mei

TSANG Chui Mei

Lecturer / Subject Coordinator
TSANG Chui MeiLecturer / Subject Coordinator BA (Fine Arts), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK MFA, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK Specialty: Painting TSANG Chui Mei focuses on painting, her motif is "scene". She often employs colour patches and lines, the very basic elements of painting, in her recent works. The scene described, such as the sky, cliffs or coasts, which are filled with debris, peeled off rocks, and scattered with sediments, refer to the state of disharmony in the…
YEUNG Wai Fung

Mr. YEUNG Wai Fung (楊懷俸) Mr Yeung is a retired school art teacher and art administrator. He has worked for more than 35 years in the areas of art teaching, school inspection, teacher training, curriculum development, art assessment and examination and art education administration.

WONG Kwok Choi, Kacey

Dr. WONG Kwok Choi, Kacey (黃國才) Academic Committee Member, Hong Kong Art School Wong Kwok Choi, Kacey’s experimental art projects investigate the poetics of space between men and their living environment. Kacey was born in Hong Kong in 1970. He was the winner of Best Artist Award (2010) and Rising Artist Award and Outstanding Arts Education Award (2003) presented by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Kacey studied architecture in Cornell University, received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Chelsea School of Art,…

PAK Tak Wan, Christopher

Mr. PAK Tak Wan, Christopher (白得雲) Head of Academic Studies in Music, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Pak Tak Wan, Christopher is currently Head of Academic Studies in Music at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Chairman of the Teaching and Learning Committee of the School of Music. He had been appointed as guest lecturer at the University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Baptist University and the Hong Kong Institute of Education, and member of the Committee on Arts…

Frank VIGNERON

Prof. Frank VIGNERON (韋一空) Head, Graduate Division of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Director, M.A. Programme, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Frank Vigneron received a PhD in Chinese Art History from the Paris VII University, a PhD in Comparative Literature from the Paris IV Sorbonne University and a Doctorate of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. He joined the Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2004, teaching courses on the history of Western art, the…

Fumio NANJO

Mr. Fumio NANJO (南條史生) Art Education International Director, Hong Kong Art School Fumio Nanjo has been the Director of the Mori Art Museum, Japan, since 2006. He has been an art critic, a lecturer at the Art Centre of the Keio University for a substantial period of time, as well as a curator. Born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1949, Nanjo received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Aesthetics in 1976 from Keio University. In his long career associated with art and culture,…

Gunalan NADARAJAN

Prof. Gunalan NADARAJAN Dean, Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design Professor, University of Michigan Gunalan Nadarajan, an art theorist and curator working at the intersections of art, science and technology, is Dean and Professor at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan. His publications include Ambulations (2000), Construction Site (edited; 2004) and Contemporary Art in Singapore (co-authored; 2007), Place Studies in Art, Media, Science and Technology: Historical Investigations on the Sites and Migration of Knowledge (co-edited; 2009), The Handbook of Visual Culture (co-edited; 2012) and…

Roger MCDONALD

Dr. Roger MCDONALD Deputy Director and Founding Member of Arts Initiative Tokyo Arts Initiative Tokyo (AIT) is a non-profit arts organisation established in Tokyo in 2001 for a general public to come together and learn about art. Dr. McDonald is one of its founding members, and the Programme Director of Making Art Different (MAD), the educational component of AIT. Based in Nagano, Dr. McDonald has worked as an independent curator since 1989 (working with Fumio Nanjo on several exhibitions), and is the Director of the Fenberger House that opened…