Asia Art Archive and Tai Kwun host the second roundtable discussion with education practitioners in the field of art and culture in Hong Kong.

What are the changing audiences and users of art organisations? How might they find better ways to share their resources—including knowledge, collections, archives, and physical spaces? Taking their cue from these questions, social workers, activists, and cultural practitioners discuss ways to support education and share skills and experiences among Hong Kong-based communities from diverse cultural backgrounds in South Asia. The roundtable will discuss the evolving concerns of art and culture programming, and continue to develop collaborations in the field.


  • Amy Chan, Curator, Learning and Engagement, M+
  • Javy Chiu, Senior Heritage Education Officer, Tai Kwun
  • Chui Heung Lan, Board of Directors, 1a space
  • Susanna Chung, Head of Learning & Participation and Programmes Manager, Asia Art Archive
  • Kattie Fan, Programme Manager and ifva Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre
  • Isaac Hui, Assistant Organizing Officer, HKSKH Lady MacLehose Centre Services for Ethnic Minorities Unit, Kung Yung Koon-Shabnam
  • Teresa Kwong, Programme Director, Hong Kong Arts Centre
  • Eugenia Law, Programme Manager, 1a Space
  • Melissa Lee, Curator of Education and Public Programmes, Tai Kwun
  • Holly Leung, Programmes Coordinator, Asia Art Archive
  • Jacqueline Liu, Curatorial Assistant, Tai Kwun
  • Him Lo, Curator, Learning and Community, MILL6 Foundation, Hong Kong
  • Mujahida Malik, Project Assistant, WEDO Global
  • Raymond Tang, Curator (Modern Art), Hong Kong Museum of Art
  • Alice Wong, Executive Director, soundpocket
  • Arthur Wong, Assistant Manager, Education, Tai Kwun
  • Eva Wong, Program Manager, WEDO Global
  • Nicola Yim, Programme Officer, The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation
  • Yip Tin Pui, Programme Manager, The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation

The roundtable is by invitation only. Interested art education organisations or practitioners, please contact Jacqueline Liu at by Wed, 8 Nov 2017.


Banner image: Sunday at Central Station, Hong Kong by Sid Gomez Hildawa, shown in the 1997 exhibition Being Minorities: Contemporary Asian Art. Courtesy of the Ha Family.

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