Arts Programming (National Gallery Singapore, 2017-2020)

The Honest Guide to Seeing Art is a pocket guide that aids visual literacy. Through illustrations and tongue-in-cheek writing, it aims to help the regular person make sense of artworks on display at National Gallery Singapore.

As part of the Curatorial Programmes team, I worked on the public programmes for Awakenings: Art in Society in Asia 1960s-1990s, Lim Cheng Hoe: Painting Singapore, Latiff Mohidin: Pago Pago, Siapa Nama Kapu? and Between Declarations and Dreams: Art of Southeast Asia since the 19th Century. With my team, I also piloted the exhibition tours for domestic workers, which continue to run as the ‘Sister Guides’ series.

                                                                Independent Projects

Camp Chartwell (2009-2016)

Camp Chartwell is a 3-day multidisciplinary arts camp for children aged 5-9, founded upon a deep conviction that nurturing an interest and appreciation for the arts from a young age is exceptionally important in our society today.

Another City (2016)

Another City (2016) is a 4 day programme for primary school students, aiming to nurture empathy, compassion and self-reflexivity through an arts & design-thinking curriculum based on investigating a real-world issue in Singapore.

Supported by Cambridge University and Yale-NUS College