Mina Song is a Korean living and working in Hong Kong for over two decades. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art from Seoul National University, and two Master’s Degrees from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Design) and The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Cultural Management). While educated and trained as a designer, a chance meeting led to working at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in 2006. Since then she has been working as an arts administrator mainly working on large and medium sized public arts projects. Her works include Budding Winter (2009 – 10), Made in Wetland (2010), ArtAlive@Park (2010 – 11), Art@Government Buildings (2012-13 and 2013-14) and ARTivating Public Buildings (2015).
Her main interests as an arts administrator are identifying the right artists for the right projects, and promoting Hong Kong artists arts scene to the wider public locally and internationally. It’s in that vein she has written a book on Hong Kong museums and art scene published by a Korean publisher, Sigongsa in 2012, and is planning to write another book on the female power in Hong Kong arts and culture industry. When she’s not working, she likes to read books and watch movies.