Karen Chan on Preserve
May 24, 8:00am - 9:30am +08. Hosted at lyf@SMU
part of a series on Preserve
About the speaker
Karen Chan has been with the Asian Film Archive (AFA) since 2006 and is currently its Executive Director. She oversees the development of the AFA, involving the preservation of the Archive’s collection and curation of programmes which will include the upcoming weekly film screenings focused on Asian cinema at the newly opened Oldham Theatre. Under her leadership, the Cathay-Keris Malay Classics Collection was successfully nominated and is Singapore’s only inscription into the UNESCO Memory of the World Asia-Pacific Register.
Karen advocates for greater film literacy and preservation. She teaches at schools and presents regularly at conferences and industry events, such as the Tokyo International Film Festival CROSSCUT ASIA 2019 and the EYE International Conference in Amsterdam. Her past experiences include teaching English and History, working at the National Archives of Singapore and the Natural History Museum in New York City.
lyf@SMU is a new co-study, co-work and co-living space. discover the different spaces and activities created for more collaboration, connectivity and community building. this is where learning meets social, where lyf meets the SMU community.
Musketeers Coffee was co-founded by Jairus and Julien who were 2 complete strangers prior to their previous place of work.
Just like how we strongly feel that Coffee can be that catalyst to bring people closer to each other, it is of no surprise that this company was started out by that same belief.
With a strong passion and love for coffee, you can rest assured that along with the Musketeers’ years of experience, your event will get that caffeinated boost it requires.
CreativeMornings is back at Lyf@SMU this month!
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR DRINKS SPONSOR:
Musketeers Coffee, who will fuel us with their specialty coffees bright and early morning.
Do bring along your own mug or reusable cup to get coffee! Help us make our events to be more sustainable and free of disposable cups.
Address: lyf@SMU, 71-77 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178895 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178895 (If you are old enough to remember :-), it’s the old MPH building, otherwise it is right across SMU School of Law.)
GETTING THERE By MRT: Bras Basah MRT Station
Traffic is unpredictable in the area during mornings, so do try and take public transport if possible.
71-77 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178895 Stamford Rd
May 24, 2019
8:00am - 9:30am