Huilan Chang

Project assistent

London, United Kingdom
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About me

As a highly-organised individual with a strong passion for arts and design, after doing an intern at Season Art Children Education institution in Taiwan. I moved to London to continue my studies in Creativity and Culture Industry at Goldsmiths and MA degree in Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston School of Art. My studies at Kingston and Goldsmiths has helped me develop an intimate knowledge of Curating, as well as learning essential practical skills relating to research, project management, exhibition making, programming. Apart from my studies, I also have been administration intern in Uspace gallery and several volunteer experience in London such as D&AD and Merge Festival. I am currently looking for an opportunity to develop my career in an administrative and project management capacity within the design and creative industry.


  • Social Media Marketing
  • Art Curation
  • Microsoft
  • Research Design
  • Assistant
  • Photography

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • D&AD


    • Design
  • U

    Uspace Gallery

    • M

      Merge Production

      • S

        Season Arts Children Education Institute

        Work history


        Festival Volunteer

        Merge Production

        Jul 2018 - Jul 2018
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • Key responsibilities: -Assisting with the setup and the installations. -Liaising with the producer, technicians and Artists. -Interaction with visitors: welcoming the public to the project and answering enquiries. -Overseeing the usage of the installation.


        Event runner


        Jun 2018 - Jun 2018
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • The key responsibilities: - Provide general support to the Events Managers, Executives and Assistant. - Provide the supporting information to the Events team with oral language. - Help record data on the number of attendees for each session. - Assist with ticketing and guest list for evening events. - Support to the public with any festival queries. - Ensure that the event space is kept tidy and ready for the audience before each event.


        Administrative assistant

        Uspace Gallery

        Jun 2017 - Sep 2017
        • Taiwan
        • Internship
        • -Project management: supporting Contemporary Japanese artist Yoshito Ishii solo three weeks exhibition, including planning schedule, organising artwork and opening party. -Administration work: providing general administrative support to the manager including meeting planning and database management by using Word, Excel, Outlook software programmes for spreadsheets, databases and office applications. -Supported with distributing marketing materials, including managing social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) and researching now e-newsletter to attract media coverage. -Art Fair research and the number analysed.


        Aug 2015 - Jan 2016
        • Taichung City, Taiwan
        • Internship
        • Season Arts is one of the most prominent child education institutes and has been running successfully in Taiwan for the past 20 years. It focuses on aesthetic education with a series of events and publishing. Key responsibilities: -Supporting art events: from 50 people talk to 1000 audience performance and public space exhibition annually. -General administration work: preparing the catalogue for the talk, recording the meeting and type it. Hight light: Working with a wide variety of people and be an eager team player in a busy working environment and learning time management skills from these events.



        MA Curating Contemporary Design

        Kingston School of Art & Design

        Sep 2017 - Sep 2018
        • London, United Kingdom
        • One-year curating training programme in partnership with the Design Museum and cooperate with Gallery Fumi to presents an exhibition, Re-Considering Canon, during London Design Week. It saw nine designers given briefs by Kingston University students and the exhibition including three stages: 1. Concept research and content material collecting: Analyse in detail the contemporary and historical practice and construct an argument about their relationship. Document the research and the analysis for presentation and sharing to Gallery Fumi and The Design Museum. Interview with curators worldwide via phone and e-mail. 2. Collaboration: Communication with designers from Gallery Fumi based on the design history to design. 3. Realisation: Finalising designs and their making, deciding concept for the exhibition, setting Instagram page and website to promote, liaising with Galley Fumi and The Design Museum, organizing meeting weekly and the schedule, designing the graphics and exhibition space including material research.


        Graduate Diploma in Creative & Cultural Industries

        Goldsmiths, University of London

        Sep 2016 - Jun 2017
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Dissertation Title: ‘The Significance of Educational Events to Parasol Unit’ Researching in the Art activity, Gallery, Exhibition Arrangement and Production, and Public program


        BA Early Childhood Education

        National Taichung University of Education

        Sep 2011 - Jun 2015
        • Taichung City, Taiwan
        • Focus on art education and creativity learning process. Project experience: -Individual: 4months children's book illustration -Group: One year Children's theatre productions and performances crew