Street, Yangon, Myanmar[16°77'68.99"N 96°15'32.02"E]
"Keeping heritage alive for a vibrant and viable urban future"

Exhibition Curation

Destinations Rebranded
Events & Exhibitions
Foot Traffic
Neighbourhood Dialogues
Media Coverage

STORIES OF YANGON CHINATOWN

Chinatown, Yangon, 2019

  • Partners: Sustainable Tourism Hub, Turquoise Mountain, Hla Day
  • Project: One-week pop-up exhibition showing portraits of 30 residents in Yangon’s Chinatown and a community sharing session.
  • Audience: 200 local residents, 2,000 social media following

SPIRIT OF OLD COLOLMBO

Galle Literary Festival, Galle, 2019

  • Partner: Colombo Heritage Collective
  • Project:3-day pop-up exhibition at Art Trail showing maps, puzzles, portraits and games highlighting the tangible and intangible heritage in four of Colombo’s historic neighbourhoods, Pettah, Fort, Cinnamon Gardens and Slave Island.
  • Audience: 1,000 festival visitors, 3,000 social media following

PEOPLE OF COLOMBO

Dutch Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 2018

  • Partner: Colombo Heritage Collective
  • Project: One-weekend pop-up exhibition of 40 resident portraits, maps, puzzles, portraits and games highlighting the tangible and intangible heritage in four of Colombo’s historic neighbourhoods, Pettah, Fort, Cinnamon Gardens and Slave Island.
  • Audience: 200 local residents, 5,000 social media followers

VIVA SAI WAN

Little Creatures Brewery, Hong Kong, 2018

  • Partners: Caritas MCSK Community Centre
  • Role: Organiser/ Curator
  • Project: 1-month exhibition showcasing history of Sai Wan, together with local residents & shop owners’ stories at the launch of iDiscover Kennedy Town App&Map
  • Audience: 100 local residents at opening, 2,000+ viewership

STORIES OF SAI WAN ESTATE

Little Creatures Brewery, Hong Kong, 2018

  • Partners: Caritas MCSK Community Centre, One Bite Design Studio
  • Project: 1-month pop-up exhibition showcasing Sai Wan Estate’s residents’ stories, launched with a storytelling session
  • Audience: 50 local residents at opening, 2,000+ viewership

HK NEIGHBOURHOODS

Hong Kong, 2017

  • Partner: One Bite Design Studio
  • Project:1-month exhibition showing illustrated neighbourhood maps by 10 different individual artists in Hong Kong
  • Audience: 50 locals at opening, 2,000+ viewership

A LITTLE EXHIBITION

Hong Kong, 2017

  • Partners: Little Importance, One Bite Design Studio
  • Project:1-month pop-up exhibition curated by local artists Little Importance showing hand drawn illustrations of living heritage in the city’s older neighbourhoods.
  • Audience: 100 young creatives at opening, 2,000+ viewership

BEAUTIFUL CITY MOMENTS

Hong Kong, 2017

  • Partners: StoryTeller, One Bite Design Studio
  • Project:1-month pop-up exhibition curated by StoryTeller, showing art works of 16 illustrators in HK
  • Audience: 150 young creatives at opening, 2,000+ viewership

STORIES OF SYP CRAFTSMEN

Hong Kong, 2018

  • Partners: Caritas MCSK Community Centre, Magic Lanes Community Design Studio
  • Project: 2-week street exhibition on Sheung Fung Lane in Sai Ying Pun, showcasing stories of 18 craftsmen & their tools in the neighbourhood
  • Audience: 500+ audience

CHIANG MAI DESIGN WEEK

TCDC Chiang Mai, 2017

  • Partner: Chiang Mai Creative City
  • Project: Award exhibition to showcase the iDiscover Chiang Mai mapping project
  • Audience: 100 visitors

MADE IN HONG KONG

Hong Kong, 2015

  • Client: Hong Kong Maritime Museum/ HSBC
  • Project: Audio visual portraits of six traditional Hong Kong tradesman as part of a 6-month exhibition in Hong Kong Maritime Museum ‘Made in HK; our city our stories’.
  • Audience: 6,000+ visitors

HONG KONG HERITAGE REVITALISED

Hong Kong, 2014

  • Client: Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Hong Kong
  • Project: On-day 8-panel exhibition at the occasion of an International Heritage Conference organised by HK Jockey Club
  • Audience: 1000 academics, developers and government officials

ART IN THE CITY

Hong Kong, 2016

  • Client: Cities Development Initiative for Asia . Asian Development Bank
  • Partners: Yangon City Development Committee / Yangon Heritage Trust The Strand / Institut Francais / British Chamber of Commerce / Association of Myanmar Architects / Jardines
  • Project: One-weekend pop-up exhibition in Yangon City Hall of art (poetry, paintings, textiles, sketches) inspired by Yangon’s historic streetscape at the occasion of the Heritage Works Festival.
  • Audience: 800 local residents, 5000 social media followers

HERITAGE WORKS

Hong Kong, 2016

  • Client: Cities Development Initiative for Asia . Asian Development Bank
  • Partners: Yangon City Development Committee / Yangon Heritage Trust The Strand / Institut Francais / British Chamber of Commerce / Association of Myanmar Architects / Jardines
  • Project: One-weekend pop-up exhibition in renovated temple of 10 case studies of privately initiated successful adaptive re-use projects in Yangon at the occasion of the Heritage Works Festival.
  • Audience: 400 local residents