Lam Sio Man

Bachelor's degree with a double major in Chinese and Art in Peking University. Master of Art and Administration in New York University. She has served in the Macao Cultural Affairs Bureau, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the Museum of Chinese in America, working as art administrator and curator. She is now working as an art educator and administrator in New York, as well as an independent curator and writer. 


The art of reusing and reusing art during the COVID-19 pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the globe, medical resources and supplies have become increasingly in shortage internationally.

06 2020 | issue39 Lam Sio Man

Performing for children and teenagers: on international exchange and exporting culture—Notes on the American art education industry (Part 1)

For many art centres and communities, children and teenagers are the main audiences of performing arts in the U.S.

04 2020 | Issue 38 Lam Sio Man

Creativity in historical documentary: observation of two documentary exhibitions

Last year at the year-end, I was curating an exhibition for visiting artists in Macao at the Ox Warehouse.

02 2020 | Issue 37 Lam Sio Man

Making Rangoli: some thoughts on Tattfoo Tan’s art workshop

In autumn, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council opened up a new art centre on Governors Island and invited famous artist Tattfoo Tan to hold an art workshop on a weekend. 

12 2019 | Issue 36 Lam Sio Man

Artistic License: rules or freedom?

During the summer, my friend and I visited a new exhibition named Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

10 2019 | Issue35 Lam Sio Man

Ceramic and people—Some thoughts after the opening of La Biennale di Venezia

When I was writing this article, it has already been one month since the grand opening of Apparition, an exhibition I curated for Heidi Lau for the La Biennale di Venezia Collateral Event. 

08 2019 | Issue 34 Lam Sio Man