Michael Lee is an artist based in Singapore. He researches urban memory and fiction, especially the contexts and implications of loss. He transforms his observations into diagrams, models, environments, events or texts. Among his curatorial projects is “What it is about when it is about nothing” (2015) held in Mizuma Gallery, Singapore. He is currently observing the mood of Singapore’s art scene.
Boon Lay Garden Primary
Maisarah Kamal is an artist based in Singapore. She uses her works to expound on existential ideas. Maisarah is a recipient of the Goh Chok Tong Promise Award and she has exhibited her works in National Museum, Ion Art Gallery, The Substation as well as ilights, Marina Bay Sands. She exhibited and curated a show “Of Spaces & Phases” for Singapore Artweek in 2020.
Subject Head (Int)
Nan Hua High School
Victor Gan is a storyteller at heart. He believes in telling personal stories through his medium of choice – film. When not in school teaching, he enjoys all aspect of filmmakings. Since graduation, Victor has continued to make a film a year and is fortunate to have his film played at several film festivals around the world.
Assistant Year Head
St. Hilda’s Primary
Jasjit Kaur graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Communication. She worked as a graphic designer before embarking on a career as an Art educator. Her experience as a graphic designer continues to shape her approach as an Art educator. She believes in making Art a positive experience for every student regardless of their artistic ability.
Tay Li-Cheng is an early adopter of any technology with creative potential and loves to tinker. He works across mediums, on a quest to reacquaint digital native students with their hearts and hands. Li-Cheng is a filmmaker by training, graphic designer by practice, and educator by vocation.
Chua Zheng Yi Jane
Kheng Cheng School
Jane Chua is an alumnus of the NTU/NIE Teaching Scholars Programme and believes in the transformative power of education. To Jane, forming strong teacher-student bonds, deepening her pedagogical practices, and sharing her belief in the importance of Art education, are of paramount importance. Outside of teaching, her gifting is most often shared with the organisations she serves in, through her original designs.
Hwa Chong Institution (College)
Matthew Lim makes work that explores psychology, technology and systems through both physical and/or digital media. By investigating the interstices between preconceived categories and the intersections of opposites, his work usually takes form across discipline and media boundaries. His work has been shown in both local and international exhibitions.