Prof. Ho teaches and researches in museum studies at the Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University. She completed her Ph.D. on an International Research Scholarship at the Asia Institute of the University of Melbourne (UoM) in Australia. She also holds an M.A. in museum studies from the University of Leicester, UK and an M.A. in literary and cultural studies from the University of Hong Kong. Her research interests cover creativity studies, exhibition histories, art museum studies in China, and the relationship between art and society in and of Asia. She has presented at international conferences, including the International Conference on the Inclusive Museum, the Asian Museum Network Conference and the International Conference of Asian Scholars. Her articles were published in edited books and international journals with Routledge, Curatorship and Management, The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, and Asian Studies Review. Her monograph, ‘Museum Processes in China: the institutional regulation, production, and consumption of art museums in the Greater Pearl River Delta Region’, will be published by Amsterdam University Press.
Prof. Ho completed her professional training at the Burrell Collection of the Glasgow Museum, UK. She had worked at various cultural institutions and possessed solid work experience in the museum field. Her curated exhibitions include ‘Dialogues: Post-1997 Art Documentation Exhibition’, ‘Reverse Reality - the United States and Hong Kong young artists exchange project’, ‘“Re-orientation” exhibition for Heritage×Art×Design’, ‘Degeneration Art Exhibition’, ‘The Future of School Architecture’, and ‘Hong Kong’s Education Heritage’. Besides, she previously taught and/or researched at various local universities, including the University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and the Hong Kong Baptist University.
Museum and curatorial studies, modern and contemporary art, art museums in China, production and consumption of art, asian cultural studies