During the first three years of Spring Workshop, Athena wore more hats than one can imagine – and wore them with grace. She was in title Program Manager, but she also ran operations, residencies and publications in concert with local and overseas artists and art organisations. Prior to her role at Spring, she worked in the Arts & Creative Industries team in British Council in Hong Kong and organised a major UK art exhibition, “Made in Britain” in collaboration with the Hong Kong Heritage Museum in 2011, alongside other projects.
Athena is currently Associate Curator of Learning and Interpretation at M+ which she joined in 2015. She ran the Museum’s first school and community outreach programme, “M+ Rover”.
Athena received her bachelor degree in Anthropology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and MA in Museum Studies from New York University.