Mrs Helena Rachel FUNG
Part-time Lecturer (1st term 2018-19)Mrs Fung is a PhD candidate from the University of Glasgow in the UK. The title of her research thesis is "From East to West and Back Again: A critical review of the cross-cultural consumption, collecting and historiography of Chinese 'classic' Furniture from the Ming and early Qing dynasties". Her research focuses on the development of knowledge, collecting and scholarship of Chinese art from the 1920s and 30s onwards in the West as well as current collecting practices in Asia relating to classical Chinese furniture. Mrs Fung holds a first-class degree in the History of Art from the University of Warwick and an MA in the History and Theory of Fashion from the London Institute. From her time spent working in Finance, she has postgraduate qualifications in Law and professional qualifications in Funds Management.
Teaching Area: VIS2104 Western Art from Romanticism to Modernism and VIS3399O Collecting Chinese Art
Dr Erica Ka Yan POON
Part-time Lecturer (1st term 2018-19)Dr Poon completed her Ph.D. in Film Studies at the Hong Kong Baptist University and obtained her Master’s degree in Cinema and Media Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles. She was a visiting research student at the University of Tokyo. Her dissertation focuses on the relationship between Japanese and Hong Kong cinema, titled "Co-producing a Cold War Cosmopolitan Fantasy: Collaboration and Competition between Hong Kong and Japanese Cinema in the 1950s and 1960s". Her research interests include East Asian cinema, transnational cinema, and media industry.
Teaching Area: VIS3004 East Asian Cinemas and VIS4352 Film Theory & Criticism
Dr Hung SHENG
Part-time Lecturer (1st term 2018-19)Dr Sheng received her PhD in Visual Studies from Lingnan University in 2017. She has taught part-time at i-dArt, Lingnan University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research focuses on the history and aesthetics of twentieth-century Chinese and Hong Kong art as well as art education in different settings.
Teaching Area: VIS2101 Introduction to Chinese Art and VIS3399G From Ink Painting to Ink Art
Dr Jin Soo LEE
Part-time Lecturer (1st term 2018-19)
Dr Lee completed his PhD at the University of Hong Kong. His research interests include philosophy of law, normativity and Nietzsche.
Teaching Area: CLB9009 The Origin and Functions of Art
Dr Tit Leung CHEUNG
Part-time Lecturer (2nd term 2018-19)Dr Leung received his PhD in Visual Studies from Lingnan University, with a dissertation on East Asian documentary film festivals. He has produced several award-winning documentaries, including Yellowing (2016), We the Workers (2017) and Ballad on the Shore (2017). He has also curated a number of film programmes in Hong Kong, including the Hong Kong Independent Film Festival and Autonomous Cinema. The Hong Kong Actual Images Association is his latest initiative, while its first project is a retrospective programme on Hong Kong documentary in 1980-1997. His research interests include documentary studies, film festival studies and visual culture.
Teaching Area: VIS3353 Non-fiction Film