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 Read more....

Candice Li (Graduated in 2017)

Category - alumni
Candice Li graduated from the National University of Singapore with a BA in Sociology. Her professional career in the arts and culture includes stints at the Singapore Art Museum, National Heritage Board, and the National Arts Council. Working closely with both artists and bureaucrats allows her to observe the Singapore arts scene from a privileged position. In particular, Candice is interested in Read more....

Cheong Siew Boon Elaine (Graduated in 2017)

Category - alumni
Elaine is an IT graduate who worked in London and later Singapore with a multi-national IT firm. She developed her passion in heritage and the arts while living in London and in New York. On returning to Singapore, Elaine trained to be a docent with the Friends of the Museums (FOM), thereafter guiding at most of the National Heritage Board Museums and also at the National Gallery of Singapore. She Read more....

Elaine Chiew (Graduated in 2017)

Category - alumni
Elaine Chiew is a U.S. trained corporate lawyer and fiction writer. She worked for a law firm and investment bank in New York and Hong Kong before switching to fiction writing.  She is the editor/compiler of Cooked Up: Food Fiction From Around the World (New Internationalist, 2015). She has won prizes for her short fiction (which include the Bridport International Short Story Prize and Elbow Room Read more....

Geraldine Lee (Graduated in 2017)

Category - alumni
Geraldine Lee’s professional career has encompassed directorial roles in marketing and business development in retail (import and distribution), as well as project management in the field of art and design. Her interest in art was piqued following a foray into the Singapore Art Museum Docent Training Programme that led to a stint as the museum’s Docent Co-Head of Student Programming from 2011-2012. Read more....