CHEN Wei-ching, Joanne , President Based in New York, CHEN Wei-ching, Joanne is an independent curator, art consultant, widely published critic and she was the Director of Taiwan Art Gallery Association and Art Taipei art fair from 2007 to 2010. Currently, she is the founder of inCube Arts, a non-profit art organization in New York City with a focus on art from Asia, South Asia and a commitment to exhibition-led enquiry. She is the organizer of “inToAsia: Time-based Art Festival”, the first and most important art festival that dedicate to Asian time-based art in North America. Chen has also curated international exhibitions such as “inToAsia: Time-based Art Festival 2013 – MicroCities” at The Queens Museum, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, the NARS Foundation and Residency Unlimited in New York, “Jenny Chen: Without End” at ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, “London Calling” a touring exhibition (China/Taiwan)...etc. She has written and published her articles in ARTCO, Art Investment, Art Collection+Design, ARTITUDE Magazine and Art Taipei Forum Media, the National Culture and Arts Foundation online Media. She also was a contributing writer for “Global Art Fair Guide” in 2013, covering the North and South American art market.
Nung-Hsin HU, Secretary Nung-Hsin Hu is a Taiwanese born visual artist and art administrator currently based in New York City. After receiving her MFA in Fine Arts at Long Island University in 2009, Hu has devoted herself to working with art communities as well as being a practicing artist. Hu primarily works in the Artist Studio Residency Program and New New Yorkers Program at the Queens Museum. She has presented as a panelist at Columbia University and American Alliance of Museums conference, as well as the selection Jury of I-Park Foundation Visual Artist Residency and Prix Mobile Art Prize. Nung-Hsin is also a member of Rethinking Residencies - a working group of eleven NY-based artist residency programs, Traffic Jam international residency collective, and a board member of inCube Arts. As a multidisciplinary artist Hu works in sculpture, installation, video, and performance and has exhibited and screened both in the U.S. and abroad including SCOPE New York, D.U.M.B.O. Arts Festival, Water Tower Art Fest, Sophia, Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, and Videoformes Festival, France. Hu has also received various honors and residency fellowships including the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning – Van Lier Fellowship, Mentor of NYFA’s Mentoring Program for Immigrant Artists, Taipei Artist Village – Boundary-Break-Through Project Grant, Taiwan Ministry of Culture, the International Residency and Cultural Exchange Grant, the Casa das Caldeiras residency in São Paulo, Brazil, the chashama studio program in Brooklyn Army Terminal, as well as the Lichtenberg Studios in Berlin.
LAI Lih-huei (Josiane), Treasurer LAI Lih-huei (Josiane) worked as a curator in Visual Arts at the Taipei Cultural Center in New York from 2005 to 2009. Prior to holding this position, she has worked as the art administrator in Visual Arts in the Third Department of the Council for Cultural Affairs in Taiwan and as the Assistant Curator of the Exhibition Section at the National Museum of Taiwan History between1997 and 2005. She has been involved in many successful exhibitions with many curators in Asia and North America over the course of her career in the arts, at institutions including the Siggraph Art Gallery in Japan, the Chelsea Art Museum and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Prospect 1 New Orleans, and the Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Art, Museum of Art Contemporary Denver, Queens Museum of Art in New York, Asian Society Museum in New York, as well as the notable Taiwan: From Within the Mist at the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Currently, she is the co-founder and Creative Director of inCube Arts, an independent curator and widely published critic. She has written and published her articles in Artist magazine (Taiwan) since 2004.
S.P. Stieven CHEN S.P. Stieven Chen joined the Chinese American Arts Council as Communications Director in 2013 and manages the organization’s marketing, brand identity, public relations, grant writing, publications, archives and digital media presence. Long involved in New York City’s arts and performance community, Mr. Chen has served on numerous, local, national and international panels with a focus on performance and visual art in the public sphere.
Joshua Balgos Joshua has over 10 years working as a Designer & Director in the film and creative industry spanning across the globe. He currently runs an advertising and production company where he leads and supports all IT operations and production.