Sculptor | Community Builder | Environmental Advocate

Prior to her role as Head of Art and Sustainability, May was our Artist in Residence.

A graduate of the University of Chicago majoring in visual arts and political science, May Yeung specialises in sculpture. After success with public exhibitions of her work Citation at Chicago Union Station, Rockefeller Chapel, and Regenstein Library, May’s interest in public art installation grew. With an interest to examine and question the relationship between sculpture and viewers further, May’s installations What If… and Hold Me were shown at the Smart Museum and Harper Memorial Library in Chicago between 2012 and 2015.

Upon her return to HK, May was invited to showcase Cocoon at the Residence of the Dutch Consul General in Hong Kong and Macau. In 2016, she partnered with HK Films Awards for Best Art Direction Winner Robert Loh on Ikigai in Papay Gyro Nights Art Festival at Videotage in HK and 33 Space in Shenzhen.

May was selected to be the only local sculptor to exhibit at French May Arts Festival in 2017 and 2018. By transforming day-to-day objects into artwork through her exhibitions Tsubame and Fluctuat nec Mergitur, May believes that it is the first step in keeping Hong Kong’s traditions alive.

Since 2018, May has been serving as the Artist-in-Residence at Faith in Love Foundation. She organized a series of green arts workshops for Tin Shui Wai elderly and Precious Blood Children’s Village in 2018 – 2019. For her dedication to promote the arts, May received Max Palevsky Award in 2010, Making Art with the Community Art Grant from The Education University of Hong Kong in 2015, Mina Ninagawa People’s Choice Award from Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei in 2016, The Loop HK 30 under 30 Award and Top 10 Outstanding Young Artists Award in 2019, HK Professional Elite Ladies Selection Award in 2020, and Youth Dream Makers Award in 2021.

With her decades experience in sculpture building, curatorship, and community art, she will be leading the foundation on green art projects and stimulating participants in contributing their talents and creativity.

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