Wena aspires to be an empathetic museum educator. Her interests revolve around participation and human connection among the versatile contemporary art practices. Having worked as an art researcher and educator, she has collaborated with creatives in Hong Kong, Japan, United States and United Kingdom to develop learning materials and curate educational programs. She received her Master’s in Education in Finland. She finds joy in connecting with open-minded, like-hearted people and indulging in conversation that inspires. She has recently founded a non-profit initiative, Freedom Street 40, to develop a network of open-minded, like-hearted people by fostering meaningful international dialogue about freedom in hybrid formats, contributing to the basis of art-based and educational research practices. It is a project to set us free.
Art theory / art history • Arts pedagogy •
Community art •