Adulaya (Kim) Hoontrakul (Graduated in 2017)

Category - alumni

After graduating from the School of Oriental and African Studies in History of Art and Archeology with a BA in Music, Adulaya worked as an art gallery assistant in London until her move back home to Bangkok where she worked as Programme Officer at the Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts as part of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO SPAFA), whilst also running her own fine arts gallery and artist residency. Adulaya spent 8 years honing knowledge and experience in both public and private sectors and then decided to further her education in curatorial studies and left for The New School, Parsons Paris. However, her interest in the social and political art of Southeast Asia led her back to the region where she completed an MA in Asian Art Histories at LASALLE College of the Arts. Adulaya now works as an independent curator and researcher in Bangkok.