As a promising artist, Miss Law Nga-wing participates in numerous local and international exhibitions and festivals. Her endeavours include live art, art activism and performance studies.


羅雅詠同學是著名藝術家,曾參與多項本地及國際展覽,她的專長包括行為藝術、藝術行動主義和表演研究學等。

Date: 24 Jul 2015 (Friday)

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Visual Arts student receives Fulbright-RGC Hong Kong Research Scholar Awards

視覺藝術生獲頒研究資助局-富布萊特(香港)青年學人計劃研究獎

Miss Law Nga-wing, PhD student of the Academy of Visual Arts (AVA), became one of eight recipients of the 2015-2016 Fulbright-RGC Hong Kong Research Scholar Awards. Nga-wing will conduct research on theories of art activism and performance studies in the forthcoming Fall and Spring semesters at Northwestern University in the US. She plans to consolidate her PhD thesis research on Hong Kong post-colonial art and activism from a perspective of performance studies, and contribute to new theories of identity building in Hong Kong.

The Research Grants Council (RGC) launched the Award in collaboration with the US Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau, to support young scholars to conduct research in the US. Nga-wing is currently undertaking her PhD study at AVA under the supervision of Professor John Aiken, Director and Dr Anson Mak, Assistant Professor of AVA.

視覺藝術院博士生羅雅詠同學(別名魂游)獲頒2015-2016年研究資助局-富布萊特(香港)青年學人計劃研究獎項,成為今年該獎項的八位得獎人之一。她將於下個學年的兩個學期到美國西北大學表演研究學系進行研習,除了希望以嶄新的理論框架,探究香港回歸後藝術家參與的社會運動外,亦期望其博士論文能為香港文化身份研究帶來新的啟示。

研資局-富布萊特(香港)青年學人計劃由大學教育資助委員會研究資助局與美國駐香港總領事館合辦,以資助在香港修讀的博士研究生赴美國進行研究。羅同學現正於視覺藝術院總監莊藝勤教授和助理教授麥海珊博士的指導下修讀博士課程。