ISEAA Second Master Workshop on 'Teaching Southeast Asia'

17 and 18 May 2017
NAFA Campus 1, B4-18E

This second installation of 'Teaching Southeast Asia' workshop conducted by Dr Bridget Tracy Tan, Director of Institute of Southeast Asian Arts (ISEAA) & Art Galleries at NAFA, aimed to deepen the connection between ISEAA and the Academic Schools by providing context for thinking about Southeast Asia specific to various disciplines through engaging history and heritage of art and craft of the region.

The outcome of this workshop saw a common set of terminology in thinking about Southeast Asia for academic staff and practitioners, as well as establishing a knowledge base from which academic staff and practitioners are empowered to deliver and enhance their respective teachings on how Southeast Asia is appliable to their own disciplines.


An exchange between Theatre lecturers and Dr Bridget Tracy Tan

Group discussion among academic staff from Fine Art, Fashion Studies, Arts Management and the Office of Academic Affairs

Dr Bridget Tracy Tan speaking about the influence of Southeast Asia as ancient and in contemporary times