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Adele Tan - gallery publicist at Sunjin Galleries in 2002, and a contributor to Art India.
Adeline Kueh Siaw Hui - Director of Studies in Art Theory and Art History at the LaSalle-SIA college of the arts in 2001.
Adeline Kwok - assistant director of Arts Education at the National Arts Council in 2002.
Agnes Lim Su-Chin - visual arts programming officer for the Esplanade in 2004.
Ahmad Mashadi - born 1966: Singapore panelist who participated in the International Symposium on Asian Art in Japan in August 1999; Senior Curator of the Singapore Art Museum; trained economist and art historian, he is demanding of the highest standards from the artists, curator of SAM program held in conjunction with SB2006.
Alan Rubenstein - one of the key administrative persons running La Salle College of the Arts.
Alan Woo - Canadian artist and architect based in Singapore who is a lecturer at the National University of Singapore, and who has installed a show on the construction of the Esplanade at the Esplanade opening.
Aleksandar Obradovic - intellectual visual arts programming officer at the Esplanade for 3 years until 2004, artist, translator and writer who has a Masters of Fine Art degree from RMIT.
Alfian Bin Saat - biography of the bold and outspoken writer and poet who is trained in Medicine, and who has commented on the visual arts and on Josef Ng.
Alistair Leung - Director of the Temasek Design School; the school is a major contributor to the Arts Program of the Biopolis.
Ang Hwee Chuin - writer who writes often about art and design, trained architect from the National University of Singapore; contributed article to Cinemapolitans and ish design magazine.
Anglea Sim - head of NUS Museums in 2003.
Arthur Lim, Professor - a prominent ophthalmologist, artist, and arts patron who has an extensive collection of private art and who has his personal curator; he loaned part of his substantial collection the the NUS gallery.
Arthur Sim - trained in Architecture, this journalist for the Straits Times and Business Times has written several articles on the local visual arts scene.
Audrey Phng - a member of Asian Art Options and the Art Outreach Program.
Avis Fontaine - Director of Marketing, La Salle SIA College of the Arts.
Benson Puah - CEO of the Esplanade, zips around town in a white posh polished Porsche in 2003.
Bernadette Yew - arts administrator at the Sculpture Square in 2002.
Bernard Loy - a co-ordinator of many art events at the Singapore Art Museum.
Bernard Tan, Professor - Dean of the Science Faculty at the National University of Singapore; he also chairs the Art Research and Development Grant Review Panel.
Binghui Huangfu - Director of the Earl Lu Gallery in 2002, and Singapore country expert advisor to the Asian Art Archive.
Brandon Wee - arts administrator.
Brian Howard, Dr - eloquent and witty president of the LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts during the year of 2000.
Bridget Tracy Tan - exuberant curator of the Singapore Art Museum who is known for her establishment of the show on nudes at the SAM.
Casey Leong - penned numerous articles on Singaporean art.
Cecilia Ong - Director of Busienss Development of Christie's International, and member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004.
Celin Kwan - art professor at the NTU (NIE).
Chan Yuen Ching - video and moving image consultant and lecturer at Orita Sinclair.
Charles Chan - local art collector.
Chee Choon Seng, Dr - President of the Forum for Fine Arts, and a member of the Singapore Art Museum Board.
Chee Sau Fen - arts administrator at Sculpture Square in the year 2002.
Chew Keng Chuan - member of the Substation board, designer by profession.
Chia Tze Yee - member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004, and a Director of the Peoples' Association.
Chia Wai Hon - his contributed write-ups to art publications, and writer of the book Bits and Pieces, and was editor of the book Singapore Art published in 1982 by the Singapore Cultural Foundation.
Chng Nai Wee, Dr - born 1969: website: member of the Arts Education Council in 2003 and National Arts Council Resource Panel, who has delivered lectures on Informational Arts, Art Resources on the Internet, Creativity, and the Eye of the Artist.
Chng Heng Tiu - patron of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, a chairman of the board of governors in 2000-2001; he is the uncle of the artist Chng Nai Wee.
Chong Wing Hong - member of the Singapore Art Museum board in 2006, lead writer of Lianhe Zaobao.
Choo Thiam Siew - chief executive officer in 2003 of the National Arts Council; in this article he speaks of the push to establish a cultural hub; the CEO of NAFA in late 2003.
Choy Weng Yang - former curator at the National Museum, and an artist, he is a writer who has contributed to numerous publications.
Christina Sho Fee Pee - arts administrator of the talent development section of the National Arts Council in 2003.
Christine Khor - member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004.
Chua Sock Hwang - an arts administrator at National Arts Council who has worked on various arts projects such as Singapore Art 97.
Chua Soo Bin - a photographer and an arts dealer who runs a prominent art dealership of Singaporean and China Chinese artists.
Clarissa Oon - reported for the Arts column for the main paper Straits Times.
Cleo Thang - art curator at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2002 and manager of the Timeless Art Gallery formerly.
Constance Sheares - an art critic and contributor of art articles, who was also the co-ordinator for the Land Transport Authority Mass Rapid Transit North-East Line art in station project, daughter of the late President Sheares.
Darren Chia - photographer, studies film and animation, has contributed to staging of shows at Sculpture Square and St James Power Station.
Darren Chiam - arts administrator with Sculpture Square in 2003, former arts administrator with National Arts Council.
David Lim - the minister of information and the arts in 2002; returned to the private sector NOL in 2003.
Derek Yeo - assistant director of the National Arts Council in Marketing and Sponsorship in the year 2002.
Dellia Butcher - deceased, a former air stewardness, later a doyen of the visual arts community in Singapore, established the Della Butcher Award for Excellence for students, and ran the Della Butcher gallery.
Edumund Cheng - member of the National Arts Council Advisory Board 2003, started the Real Estate Developers Association Art Fund and a prime mover of the development of Sculpture Square.
Emi Eu - head of development and education at Singapore Tyler Print Institute in 2003.
Eileen Khoo - website: co-founder of Sapere Art Management and Consultancy in 2004 - trained lawyer, writer, and art management consultant.
Eugene Tan, Dr - born 1972, BSc (Economics and Politics) Queen Mary College, MA (Distinction) Post-War and Contemporary Art from Sotheby's Institute, PhD Art History University of Manchester, director of the Earl Lu Gallery since 2003, curator Singapore Pavilion 51st Venice Biennale, co-curator Singapore Biennale 2006.
Eunice Seng - Princeton-trained architect pursuing her Phd at Columbia in 2004, part of the sciSKEW collaborative.
Evelyn Gui - vivacious gallery manageress of Ipreciation Gallery at the Fullerton Hotel in 2003, formerly at the Singapore Tourism Board.
Francis Koh - executive director of Koh Brothers in 2003, and instrumental for starting a pioneering art sculpture commission work at residential condominium project Starville in 2003.
Frank Sullivan - an art promoter in Singapore in the 1950s.
Geh Min, Dr - the ophthalmologist who is an arts patron, and has been an contributor to Singapore Artists Speak, and a board member of Sculpture Square, she is also an art collector; member of the philanthropic Lee family, and a non-nominated Member of Parliament.
Goh Ching Ee - one of the program directors at the National Arts Council for the year 2002, and also the director of Singapore's participation at the Venice Biennale in 2003, recognized by the French Government for her contribution to the Singapore arts scene.
Goh Chok Tong - the Prime Minister on arts and culture development in Singapore in 1999; he is known for his blend of a kinder and gentler government.
Goh Kay Kee - reporter for the Chinese newspaper ZaoBao and has consistently covered the arts column for many years.
Goh, Michelle - marketing and communications associate of the Singapore Tyler Print Institute.
Gim Ng - an international art dealer advocating an Asian Arts Association, who has galleries and warehouses in Shanghai and Singapore in 2002.
Gradmir Aleksic - electronic and experimental art researcher and lecturer, with contributions to La Salle, and instrumental involvement at Orita Sinclair.
Gunalan Nadarajan - one of the chief exponents of new media art forms and cyberarts in Singapore, highly influential and well-connected Dean of the visual arts faculty of the La Salle College of the Arts in 2002.
Gunalan Nadarajan - passionate advocate of use of new technology in the expression of art.
Gynn Quah - the arts manager for the MITA art atrium for 2002.
Hans Ong - has been an art director of the Vehicle magazine of Plastique Kinetic Worms.
He Ziyan - curated the show Oi! Oi! 1,2,3 Everybody Let's Say EN-TRO-PY!
Helen Tay - art consultant in partnership with Josef Ng in 2003, eloquent and pleasant; well-qualified media and communications executive of the Singapore Tyler Print Institute in 2002.
Heng Swee Kiang - art co-ordinator for Henderson Secondary School in 2004, innovative in making art acessible to the community.
Helina Chan - one of the strongest Singaporean advocates for online art dealing and archiving, and is a regional art dealer, her gallery is at the Fullerton Hotel in 2004.
Ho Kah Leong, Dr - previously Senior Parliamentary Secretary, an artist, a principal of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in the year 2002.
Holman Chin - website: Haas School of Business Berkerly graduate, writer and manger of Ipreciation in 2003-2004.
Ho Kok Hoe - an architect and an artist who has contributed articles to publications.
How Kwong Ping - one-time Stanford student activist, Banyan Tree tycoon in 2004, he delivered the keystone address to the 2nd World Summit of the International Arts Councils and Arts Agencies.
Ho Peng Kwee, Dr - PhD in molecular biology, former scientist at the National University of Singapore, he is an avid collector and writes passionately on the visual arts, and has authored many introductions to art shows, he is one of the operators of Utterly Art.
Ida Lee - assistant curator of Earl Lu Gallery in 2003.
Irina Aristarkhova, Dr - teaches the pioneering studio-based course, Cyberarts, in the University Scholars Program; she holds an MA from the University of Warwick, UK, and PhD from the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Jaclyn Lee - administrator at Plastique Kinetic Worms in 2004, artist.
Jane Leong Wai Yee - MA University (Arizona State), assistant professor of NIE in 2004, editor of Young Contemporary Artists in Singapore (Art and Artists Speak, 2000) and has published articles on the subjects of art appreciation and museum education
Jason Toh - graduate in French and Art History in the United States, interned at Christie's and SAM, he is working as an arts administrator in the events and program aspect of the National Arts Council, one of the contributors to Visions and Illusions.
Jazz Chong - founder and operator of Ode to Art.
Jean Wee - charming curator in-charge of arts education at the Singapore Art Museum; curated the Convergences in Arts, Science, and Technology show at the SAM.
Jeffrey Say Seck Leong - art theorist and historian lecturer at LaSalle in 2003.
Jennifer Teo - tall and slender honorary secretary of the Artists' Village in 2002.
Jennifer Teo - curator of the Bye Bye Albert project and project manager for the Melatonin project.
Jennifer Teo - website: her artomato space, she also curated Best of Singapore 2004.
Jezlyn Tan - an arts administrator of Plastique Kinetic Worms.
Josef Ng - art consultant who shuttles between Singapore and Thailand often, and artist with a controversial performance past that is part of the cultural history of Singapore, contributor to the Visions and Illusions City Show project.
Joanna Lee - website: co-founder of Sapere Art Management and Consultancy - trained lawyer who has been a curator of the Singapore Art Museum and who has curated Singapore's participation in the Venice Biennale.
Joseph Mc Nally - the late Irish art educator and sculptor who was instrumental in establishing the LaSalle SIA College of the Arts.
Joyce Fan May Lin - assistant curator of the Singapore Art Museum in 2004.
Joyce Teo - Director of Studies at Department of Arts Management at LaSalle.
Joyce Toh - trained in United States in Mass Communication and Art History and who worked in the Singapore Art Museum in charge of curatorial services in 2002.
Josephine Tan - manager of the partnership development department at the Esplanade.
Juliana Chua - the assistant director of the Ministry of Culture in the 1980s.
June Yap - curator of the Singapore Art Museum, responsible for the show Interrupt.
Karen Lim - independent curator, Singaporean, former curator of the Singapore Art Museum from 1996 to 2000.
Karen Peck - marketing executive at The Arts House at Old Parliament in 2004.
Katharyn Pei - arts administrator in-charge of grant applications at the National Arts Council for the year 2002.
Kehk Bee Lian - art educator who furthered her training at Columbia's Teacher College and is a staff of the Visual and Performing Arts department of NIE in 2004.
Kenson Kwok - director of the Asian Civilizations Museum in 1999.
Kirpal Singh - an associate professor at the Singapore Management University who researches on creativity and delivers lectures.
Ko Teck Siang, Dato - a philanthropist who has sat the Board of the Nanyang Academy of Fines Arts.
Koh Buck Song - born 1963: read English at Cambridge, corporate communications officer for governmental institutions, former journalist who wrote Liberizing the Arts and But is it Art?
Koh Lin-Ai - manager of DP space at Marina Mandarin, has worked at Spink, and Shenns Fine Art.
Koh Nguang How - art researcher for the Fukuoka Art Museum on Singapore Art.
Koh Seow Chuan - architect and art collector, specializes in Chinese paintings, senior director of DP architects, the chairman of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2006.
Koh Siong Ling - editor of Arts, Cultural and Media Scenes in Singapore published in 1999.
Kok Lee Kwang - a member of the Singapore Art Museum board in 2006, deputy director of the Ministry of Education.
Kuo Pao Kun - the late dramatist and theatre playwright and director who was once incarcerated, his influence was so pervasive that he was considered an inspiration to the younger generation of artists, visual artists included.
Kwee Liong Keng - chairman of the Singapore Art Museum in 2002; he is the managing director of Pontiac Land.
Kwok Kian Chow - director of the Singapore Art Museum speaks on bring the world closer to young artists.
Kwok Kian Chow - on the Singapore Art Musuem. Kian Chow also wrote Channels and Confluences, a book on the history of Singapore Art
Kwok Kian Chow - his writing on Matthew Ngui.
Kwonk Kian Woon - a member of the Singapore Art Museum board in 2006, vice-dean and head of the Division of Sociology, School of Humanities and Social Science, National University of Singapore.
Kyong Fa Che - art historian who exhibited the goods she purchased in Singapore's flea markets as an object-based narrative of her journey to Singapore.
Lai Wee Meng - exhibitions administrator for the Visual Arts Department of the Esplanade.
Lee Boon Yang - Minister of Information, Communications, and the Arts in 2003.
Lee, Fiona - the charming and beautiful gallery manager of Hakaren gallery.
Lee Khoon Choy - artist, patron, and judge for the Koh Brothers Starville Sculpture Competition.
Lee Su Lian - an artist who was an arts administrator at Sculpture Square in 2001; trained psychologist from Australia; travels back and forth between Australia and Singapore.
Lee Suan Hiang - the CEO of the NAC in since the 2nd half of 2003.
Lee Weng Choy - Substation artistic co-director in 2002, former operator of the Singapore Contemporary Art Research.
Lee Weng Choy - articulate and approachable controversial art writer, historian, and critic, presents a paper with Ray Langenbach at a forum in Australia.
Lee Weng Choy - focuses on the installation and performance scene.
Lee Weng Choy - writes on The Legoists of Art.
Leen Kim Swee - director of audience development in the National Arts Council in 2002.
Leong Weng Kam - a journalist who has written several articles on the Singapore visual arts scene.
Leong Yop Pooi - Deputy Director of Curriculum Planning for Humanities and Aesthetics at the Ministry of Education and member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004.
Li-Chuan Chong, aka Chuan - sonic artist trained at Goldsmith who has collaborated with many visual artists.
Lim Chee Onn - chairman of the Singapore National Heritage Board in 2002.
Lim Chee Twang - diplomatic and helpful gentleman, he is one of the partners of Ipreciation, together with Helina Chan.
Lim C P - Director of the School of Visual Arts of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2001.
Lim Sa Bee - arts administration officer of the National Arts Council who is in charge of Housing for the artists.
Lindy Poh - approachable petite writer, curator, and trained lawyer who specializes in art contracts and intellectual property, an independent art consultant in 2002 who was previously a curator at the Singapore Art Museum, and was the guest exhibition director for the Visual Arts a the Esplanade in 2003.
Liu Thai Ker - Yale-educated architect, son of pioneer-artist Liu Kang, chairman of the National Arts Council, together with architects Tay Kheng Soon, William Lim, Aaron Tan, KNTA, and Richard Ho; artists Matthew Ngui and Simryn Gill, and film-maker Eric Khoo, participates in Cities on the Move.
Liu Thai Ker - the catalogue of Cities on the Move.
Liu Thai Ker - biography summarized.
Lisa Marchenko - originally from the Ukraine, develops the Cyberart Database in Cyberart and Cyberculture Research Initiative; her areas of expertise are Artificial Intelligence, Natural Speech Processing, and Database Management.
Loke Wan Tho - late philanthropist and arts enthusiast who opened many of the art shows in Singapore in the 1950s.
Low Kee Hong - associate director of Theatreworks in 2003-2004, he is involved in fusing theatre, visual arts, and science together.
Low Kim Chit - arts services administrator at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.
Low Sze Wee - approachable curator at the Singapore Art Museum who curated the 2003 Singapore Pavillion at the Venice Biennale.
Lucy Davis - writer, editor, curator, visual artist, lecturer, responsible for the FOCAS magazine.
Magdalene Heng - in charge of the Arts Housing Scheme at National Arts Council.
Majorie Chu - established art dealer in Singapore who runs Art Forum, and who is instrumental in the Art Galleries Association.
Margaret Hudson - an art promoter in Singapore in the 1950s.
Marian Pastor Roces - Philippine curator and writer who co-curated the 2003 Singapore show Science Fictions with Bing Hui.
Matin Tran - Vietnamese American arts manager whose thesis was on Singapore Art, and who worked with Shenns, and has been the gallery director of the Singapore Tyler Print Institute in 2002.
Melinda Klayman - Masters degree in art history from the University of Texas at Austin, comes to the Cyberart and Cyberculture Research Initiative from the United States, where she was previously working at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in the department of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Michael Sullivan - art historian in Singapore in the 1950s.
Michael Lee Hong Hwee - acting Deputy Head of the visual arts department of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2003; co-curated the show Cinepolitans; working on Cross Overs.
Michelle Lim - curator who conceived the Visions and Illusions show, member of Singapore Contemporary Arts Bureau, and interned at Asia Society Museum.
Michelle Low - arts graduate who is in-charge of publicity at Sculpture Square in 2002.
Michelle Tan - exuberant visual arts programming officer of the Esplanade in 2002, left for higher calling in 2003 to start her own events company, and worked with Valentine Willie Special Projects in 2004, one of the team members responsible for bringing Botero to Singapore.
Ng Eng Hean, Dr - minister of state, who chaired the Arts Education Committee in 2002 and 2003.
Ng Su-May - art historian and architect, who lectures at LaSalle and is an exhibition management consultant in 2003.
Ng Yew Kiat - Head of the Multimedia Department, School of Visual Arts, in the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, in 2001.
Nisar Keshvani - approachable and dedicated editor of the fineartforum.org and the electronic online Leonardo, trained at Queensland University of Technology, now based in Geneva.
Noorashikin Bte Zulkifli - program executive of the Singapore Art Museum in 2006.
Oscar Ng Hwee Leng - manager of the extra-mural department of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts who fund-raises for the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts by working on art projects and marketing alumni's works; artist.
Ong Boon Chai - manager at Singapore Tyler Print Institute in 2003; previously ran Substation, in the year 2002, ran Plum Blossoms Singapore, earlier ran Weterling Teo.
Pansy Cham - previously an arts administrator with the National Arts Council.
Parvathi Nayar - writer, artist, and journalist for Singapore Press Holdings Business Times paper.
Patricia Chen Law - the first director of Sculpture Square.
Peggy Zee - arts educator of the very young.
Peter Chen - former Minister of State for Education, who oversaw the Arts Education in Singapore in 2000-2001.
Peter Schoppert - a publisher, writer, graduate from Dartmouth College, and art enthusiast who has chaired forums on Singapore Art, and who maintains nusantara.com, and the Public Sculpture archive.
Peter Wee - former gallery administrator with Art-2, director of A Ton of Bricks, the private virtual gallery.
Philip Francis - in 2004 - assistant Curator at Earl Lu Gallery, LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts since 2001; former gallery manager at Plastique Kinetic Worms and coordinator for ASPACAE'99.
Philip Su (BG) - the CEO of Jurong Town Corporation, who commands the Biopolis Art Program, and is a passionate patron of the visual arts, believing in the power of the arts to engage and nurture creative forces; he is married to an art historian.
Philip Tan - a musician who collaborates with video and visual artists.
Poh Leong Joo - the ex-co-ordinator of the Arts Education Council meetings at the Ministry of Education for a few years until 2002.
Priscilla Shaw - a member of the philanthropic Shaw family, and a member of the National Arts Council Advisory Board in 2003.
Putri Trisulo - started in Brazen Communications, then delivered and contributed a series of thematic shows in visual arts, design, and architecture, in 2004, she was one of the curators for Reconstruction of a City.
Pwee Keng Hock - a key member of Utterly Art and who writes some reviews and articles for artists.
Quek Keng Joo - watercolorist artist, philanthropist, and visual arts and sculpture patron.
Rainer Geburzyk - born 1958 Germany: curator of Reflections, Head of Art at German School in Singapore.
Ray Langenbach, aka Lan Gen Bah - artist who occasionally curates.
Rebecca Huang - a corporate lawyer from Australia, who is in Singapore writing, and who has written on the local art scene.
Robert Khoo - member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004.
Roger McDonald - one of the co-curators of SB2006.
Salleh Japar - previously a curator of the National Art Museum during the early 1990s.
Seah Tzi-Yan - an active member of the Arts Galleries Association who has had organized ArtSingapore 2001.
Selina Conner - member of the Singapore Art Museum board in 2004.
Serene Aw - arts administration and management graduate from LaSalle-SIA.
Serene Yap - gallery manager of the Alliance Francaise in 2004.
Sian E Jay - a foreign writer resident in Singapore who has contributed articles on the local arts scene to international art journals.
Stephanie Choo - former head of Multi-media Art at La Salle, trained at Pratt Institute, managing director of Orita Sinclair, multi-media artist.
Stephanie Goh - corporate communications executive of the SIA College of the Arts in 2003 and 2004.
Stephanie Tham - formerly at Christie's, stationed at New York for 5 years, art curator who is working on bringing in the Botero show in 2004.
Stephanie Yang - psychologist and art therapist in Singapore.
Stephen Hazell, Dr - head of the Visual and Performing Arts Department of the NIE in 2004.
Sueene Megan Tan - corporate communications administrator and curator of the Singapore Art Museum, trained at the New York University, and formerly attached to the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Susie Koay - previously a curator of the National Art Museum.
Susie Wong - a critic, writer, curator and an artist who was trained as a lawyer, and who has served in the curatorial committee of Nokia Singapore Art.
Sze Ling - a photographer who assisted at the Reconstruction of a City show in 2004.
Tan Haur - manager of Epsite, the digital Epson Gallery at level 3, Wheelock Place.
Tan Huism - senior curator of the Asian Civilization Museum.
Tan Kay Ngee - member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004, principal of Tan Kay Ngee Architects.
Tan Mei Mei, Carol - Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Arts Council in 2003.
Tan Shir Ee - Director of Asian Art Options 2005, visual arts administration officer at the Esplanade 2003, assistant curator of the Earl Lu LaSalle Gallery in 2003, former arts administrator with the National Arts Council, Masters in Art History and Literature from the United Kingdom, one of the curators of Reconstruction of a City.
Tan Shzr Ee - graduate in music, but writes on the visual arts and the state of the arts for the Straits Times in 2002.
Tang Ling Nah - arts administrator at Plastique Kinetic Worms, contributing writer to Vehicle, curator of the show Cinepolitans; also an accomplished drawing artist using charcoal.
Tay Long - prominent art materials shop owner in Singapore in the 1950s.
Tay Swee Lin - the director of Sculpture Square in 2002, previously an art curator at Singapore Art Museum, demands high standards from artists.
Teo Han Wue - Director of Special Projects at the National Arts Council in 2001.
Teo Leng Leng - art consultant at the Eagle's Eye Art Gallery, specialises in corporate art consultation and concept development of art exhibitions like The Elite Painter's Quantum Leap 2003@ Esplanade.
Thelma Lazo-Flores, Dr - Head of School of Design at LaSalle in 2003, art historian, interior and product design consultant with private institutions.
Thomas Yeo - art editor of Singapore Artists Speak 2 and Young Contemporary Artists.
Ting Dao Ching - elder gentleman who has emigrated from China to Singapore, whose current purpose is to photograph artists with their artworks.
Tommy Koh, Professor - former Singapore ambassador to the United Nations, influential patron of the Arts, and previous chairman of the National Arts Council.
Tong Djoe - businessman and avid art collector who shares his time between Indonesia and Singapore.
Tony See - art theorist and lecturer at LaSalle.
Tony Tan Keng Yam, Dr - the deputy prime minister, who was the guest-of-honor for the opening of the Singapore Tyler Print Institute.
T K Sabapathy - the eminent senior lecturer in history of art and architecture at the National University of Singapore, wrote on Trimurti and Sculpture in Singaporeat the Singapore International Art Symposium; he is the director of the Contemporary Asian Arts Center in 2002, member of the Singapore Art Museum board in 2006.
The 2nd Rule - team that produces the multi-media web-based email newsletter that includes visual images and text - usually poetry.
Tsang Sau Yin - editor of Singapore Artists Speak 2.
T Sasitharan - the main man at the Substation in 2001.
T Sasitharan - former arts editor of the Straits Times, leads the Substation in 2001.
T Sasitharan - holds a Master of Philosophy in Arts, article Giving Space.
T Sasitharan - aims for documentation of works and critical discourse, article Getting Focused.
Valentine Willie - lawyer turned curator extraordinaire, he is the Exhibition Director of the Visual Arts Opening Festival of the Esplanade, and runs galleries in Kuala Lumpur and Bali, he works with the Singapore Art Museum to bring in Botero in 2004.
Venka Purushothaman - writes critical essays and reviews on visual arts and theatre, lecturer at Department of Arts Management at LaSalle in 2003.
Vera Ong - the gallery manager of Art-2 Singapore who has played an important role in the development of visual arts in Singapore.
Veronica Goh - communications executive at Esplanade in 2004.
Vivian Balakrishnan - Senior Minister of State for National Development, who has assisted the National Arts Council prior to his administrative and political appointments, and a patron of the arts, 2nd Minister of MICA in 2006.
Wong Min Roong - new media interaction lecturer at Orita Sinclair.
Wee Chwee Heng - architect and art collector, sits on the board of the Singapore Art Museum.
William Chua - President of the Goldbell Group and a member of the Singapore Art Museum Board in 2004.
William Mitchell, Professor - Dean of the MIT Architectural School and the Media Lab, he was an invited member of the Resource Advisory Panel of the Jurong Town Council Corporation's Biopolis megaproject and the project's aim to fuse arts, science, and technology.
William SW Lim - chairman of the Contemporary Asian Arts Center, and Director of the LaSalle Foundation in 2002.
Wu Ying Hui, Freddie - the webmaster of cyberartsweb.org.
Yeo Guat Kwang - member of Parliament who is one of the directors of the Esplanade in 2002.
Yeo Siew Kah - 2004 PhD candidate and part time lecturer at National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, manager of the the Art Gallery, NIE, one of the archived articles is her writings on The Durian Stall.
Yeo Jui Li - Singapore Tourism Board arts and entertainment department assistant director in 2002.
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