The Asian Cultural Council Hong Kong (ACC HK) office announced Alexandra A. Seno as its new Director, with immediate effect. With a decade of experience as an arts administrator, and a strong commitment to supporting culture, Seno brings a range of knowledge and expertise to her new role.
Daphne King Yao, Chairperson of ACC HK, expressed her enthusiasm about Alexandra Seno's appointment, stating, “As I begin my role as ACC HK Chairperson, I am excited to welcome Alexandra Seno as the Director of ACC HK. With her multi- faceted experience in the culture sector in Hong Kong and abroad, I am confident that she will be able to lead ACC HK into its next phase. I look forward to working together with her.”
"We are thrilled to have Alexandra as our new Director, following Josephine Wai’s retirement," says Judy Kim, Executive Director of ACC, based in New York. "Her passion and expertise will be a valuable asset to ACC as we continue our mission of advancing cultural exchange. We are excited to witness a new chapter of ACC HK under her leadership."
Prior producing two documentary films, she spent five years as Head of Development at Asia Art Archive, also serving on the management and finance committees. Alexandra is an art and architecture critic, and has held key positions at and advised cultural organizations in Hong Kong and beyond.
She was on the executive committee of The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, has been a board member of Para Site Art Space, and counselled Spring Workshop, an arts non-profit in Hong Kong. She is an advisory council member to the International Center of Photography in New York, as well as Singapore’s SEA Focus, a platform for visual art from Southeast Asia.
Read the full ACC HK press release for further details HERE