Arts Management


Presenter, Young Researchers Panel, Asia-Pacific Network Cultural Education and Research (ANCER) Conference


- Presented a paper at the Young Researchers Panel at the conference

Programming and Assistant Production Coordinator, Offbeat@Winstedt, Winstedt Campus Opening, LASALLE, Singapore


- Assisted in marketing campaign, coordination of the application and curatorial processes of Open Field Exhibition for 18 student artists

- Liaised with the marketing department, student artists and curator for production and distribution of the exhibition pamphlet 

- Assisted in collating rehearsal schedules, production schedules and call sheets for logistics department and performers

- Stage Manager for the Opening Sequence


Intern, Affordable Art Fair Singapore, Decorazon Gallery


- Gallery Assistant

- Assisted in setting up gallery booth and hanging of artworks

Front-of-House, I Theatre Ltd, Singapore


- Usher for Ashputtel, The Arabian Nights and the ACE Festival


Intern, Arts House Limited, Singapore


Provide support to various departments in Place Management of Aliwal Arts Centre

- Assist in Customer Services for front liners

- Assist in ensuring the upkeep of Aliwal Arts Centre is met to standards

- Part of the forefront team in maintaining the relationships between tenants, landlord and the surrounding community of Aliwal Arts Centre


Intern, Buds Theatre Company, Singapore


- Set Painter and Stage Manager for,Traffic Jam 

- Set Designer for Going Local 3

Thesis Title

Creative Placemaking and Building Spatial Identity for Arts Centres in Singapore A Case Study of Aliwal Arts Centre

Thesis Abstract

Creative placemaking is a developing concept in the field of Arts Management, and has emerged as a buzzword in the cultural policy of the U.S..However within Singapore’s cultural planning scene, this idea is still embryonic. It has neither been developed nor advocated widely to a significant extent as an avenue for driving arts vibrancy and much less in developing diversity in places to transform their residing communities. With the rising trend of inhabiting refurbished historical and heritage buildings, it is common for these arts organisations and their arts-goers to feel disconnected from the historical contexts of these places. How then could arts managers help shape the narratives of such arts centres? Is it possible to build distinctive spatial identities for them? This dissertation examines these questions through a case study of Aliwal Arts Centre.