Oscar Ho Hing Kay specializes in the practice and critical studies of cultural management, particularly in the area of visual arts, museum management and curatorship. He was formerly Exhibition Director at the Hong Kong Arts Centre, Senior Research Officer at the Home Affairs Bureau of the Hong Kong Government, and Founding Director of Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai. He was the Programme Director of the MA programme in Cultural Management.
Ian Alden Russell
Ian Alden Russell is a curator, educator and strategist from the EU and US. Ian currently holds the post of Associate Professor in Cultural Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Before joining CUHK, Ian was an Artistic Director and Chief Curator with K11, Curator of Brown University’s David Winton Bell Gallery, a Lecturer in the Rhode Island School of Design’s Glass Department and an Instructor with Brown University’s School of Professional Studies. Previously, Ian held the posts of Assistant Professor of Curating and Contemporary Art at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey, Fellow in Public Humanities at Brown University and NEH Fellow at the University of Notre Dame. Ian has also been a visiting critic at the University of Texas, Austin, Rhode Island School of Design and the School of Visual Arts New York.
Born in Singapore, Benny Lim is an educator, theatrologist, and cultural mediator. He is currently a Visiting Scholar of Cultural Studies with the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Professor & Director of the postgraduate Master programme in Communication and Media Studies, Universita’ Telematica Pegaso, and Adjunct Associate Professor with Berjaya University College. Currently, Benny also supervises Ph.D. students from the CUHK, Taylor’s University (Malaysia), and Pegaso International Higher Education Institution (Malta).