All Team Members

MA Kwai Shun

Dr. MA Kwai Shun (馬桂順) ​ Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Cultural and Creative Arts, The Hong Kong Institute of Education Museum Honorary Adviser of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department Ma Kwai Shun graduated with a B.A. and an M.Phil. in Fine Arts in 1976 and 1991 respectively from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a D.F.A. (Doctor of Fine Arts) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia in 2002. He was Senior Lecturer in the Grantham College of Education/Hong Kong…

Lam Suk Yee

Ms. Lam Suk Yee, Connie (林淑儀) Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre Graduated from the University of Hong Kong with double majors in Fine Arts and Comparative Literature, Lam Suk Yee, Connie joined the Hong Kong Arts Centre in 1997 and has been its Executive Director since 2009. She has been very active in promoting the development of the Hong Kong art scene by serving in a number of committees and panels including the Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association, the Jockey Club Creative Arts…

KOK Heng Leun

Mr. KOK Heng Leun (郭慶亮) Artistic Director, Drama Box Kok Heng Leun is the Artistic Director of Singaporean theatre company Drama Box, and a prominent figure in both the English and Chinese-language theatres in Singapore. Thus far, he has directed over 80 plays, including Kuo Pao Kun’s Spirit Play, Forum Theatre Trick or Threat!, HERstory (Singapore Arts Festival 2011), Drift (Singapore Season 2008), and It Won’t Be Too Long (Singapore International Arts Festival, 2015) Heng Leun strongly believes in engaging the community in his works to promote critical dialogues about the…

Shane HULBERT

Dr. Shane HULBERT Associate Professor, RMIT University Shane Hulbert is an artist and academic, based in Melbourne, Australia. He is currently Deputy Head of School in the School of Art at RMIT University, where he lectures in photography. He writes on contemporary art and art education, and has exhibited internationally, including The Photographer’s Gallery in London, and the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Shane’s art practice celebrates the diversity inherent in Australian culture, with particular emphasis on understanding the impact of multiple narratives of immigration,…

Sylvia CHEUNG

Mrs CHEUNG TSOI Wing Tin, Sylvia Cheung Wing Tin, Sylvia was educated in the United States where she received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in Child Development. Upon her return to Hong Kong she received a Post-Graduate Certificate of Education from the University of Hong Kong. Cheung’s career in teaching began in California where she was a preschool and kindergarten teacher. She returned to Hong Kong and taught at La Salle College in Kowloon Tong before becoming headmistress of Christ Church…

CHEUNG Ping Kuen

Dr. CHEUNG Ping Kuen (張秉權) Director, Hong Kong Art School Cheung Ping Kuen is a respected arts educator and a senior arts practitioner in Hong Kong. With over 40 years of relevant experience, Cheung has proven his genuine passion, unique insight and solid commitment towards Hong Kong’s arts field. Cheung obtained his B.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining Hong Kong Art School in 2015, he was the Head of Liberal Arts Studies at the Hong Kong Academy…

Christopher CHEUNG

Mr. Christopher CHEUNG (張士宗) Lecturer / Programme Coordinator, Hong Kong Art School Christopher Wicky Cheung has got solid educational background spanning through fine art graphic design, graduated with a BA (Hons) in photographic design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, an MFA at RMIT University, Australia and an MA in graphic design at London College of Communication, UK. He was awarded with the Chevening Scholarship in 2008. Christopher has been dynamically working in the design industry for over 15 years and has served in…

CHAN Yuk Lan, Phoebe

Ms. CHAN Yuk Lan, Phoebe (陳玉蘭) Senior Lecturer/Programme Coordinator, Hong Kong Art School Chan Yuk Lan, Phoebe has extensive experience in a rich array of drama education and applied theatre practices. Throughout the years, she has collaborated with various organisations in creating stage works, performance, teaching, research and facilitator training. Besides teaching award-bearing programmes on applied theatre and drama education at Hong Kong Art School, she also coordinates many outreach projects for the school like the Hong Kong School Drama Festival, projects on…

LAM Chi Kwong

LAM Chi Kwong

Studio Supervisor
LAM Chi KwongStudio Supervisor BA, MPhil, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Specialty: Ceramics Lam possesses profound experience and knowledge in making and teaching the art of ceramics; as well as in establishing, running and managing ceramic studios.  Lam also has an expertise and research interest in the history of ceramics, and he has been publishing his articles on relevant topics over the years. His works have been widely featured in different exhibitions in Hong Kong and in the Mainland. He was the…