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BALL, Roger MacLaren
BORIO, Geraldine
BRUYNS, Gerhardes
CHAN, Calvin
CHAN, Edmund
CHAN, Michael
CHAN, Violet
CHEUNG, Step
CHONG, Wai Yung
CHOW, Kenny
CHOY, Clifford
CHUAH, Peter
CHUNG, Welby
DE BONT, Cees
DEAN, Peter
FUNG, Ho Yin
GUTIERREZ, Laurent
HAN, Fred
HASDELL, Peter
HO, Alex
HUNG, Francis
HUNG, Keung
JACHNA, Tim
KAN, Alan
KWOK, Brian
KWOK, Jackie
LAU, Newman
LAUGHTON, Scot
LECLERC, Rémi
LEE, Anthony
LEE, Brian
LEE, Tak Chi
LEONG, Benny Ding
LEUNG, Ann
LIU, Xihui Sylvia
LUXIMON, Tina
MA, Henry
NG, Clive
NG, Sandy
PAN, Horace
PORTEFAIX, Valerie Marie Francoise
RILL, Bryan
SIU, Kin Wai Michael
SIU, King Chung
SMITH, Martin
SONNTAG, Stefan Rudolf
SPICCIOLATO, Ernesto
TAM, Keith Chi-hang
TANG, Ming Xi
TSANG, KC
TSANG, Kith
VITTACHI, Nury
WAN, Chi Kwong Bruce
WANG, Min
WEI, Huaxin
WIRMAN, Hanna
WONG, Kacey
YIP, Alvin
YIP, Gwen
YIU, Man To
YU, Gino
ZHANG, Victor
 
NG, Sandy
Assistant Professor

PhD, MA, BA

Research Area:

Sandy Ng received her Ph.D. from the School of Oriental and African Studies (University of London), specialising in modern Chinese art. She is currently working on projects that explore issues of gender, identity and modernism in twentieth century Chinese paintings and design. Her latest work examines the early paintings of Lin Fengmian (1900-1991).


Area of Expertise :

Art History and Theory, Visual Culture


Profile :

Sandy began her teaching career, sponsored by the Asian Pacific Scholarship at the University of Hawaii in Mānoa in the United States. Her passion for the display and reception of art led her to curate a two-part exhibition titled “The Three Perfections” that examined the significance of Chinese calligraphy at the Honolulu Museum of Arts. Inspired by the multicultural society in Hawaii, she is concerned with the process and effect of cross-cultural exchange on artistic expression. While pursuing her studies in Great Britain, she taught Cultural Studies subjects at the University of Sussex. Before joining the School of Design, she taught in the Fine Arts department at the University of Hong Kong, offering thematic courses that scrutinized cultural manifestations in contemporary societies.


Email : sdydnas

Tel : 3400 3559
 
 

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