Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Ng Woon Lam
Associate Chair (Faculty)
Associate Professor, School of Art, Design and Media
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Memberships and Appointments
• Associate Professor at School of Art Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University
• Dolphin Fellowship (AWS-DF), American Watercolor Society, USA, 27 Mar 2014
• Visiting Assistant Professor 2009 to 2011 at School of Art Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University
• Ph.D by Research (Education) from National Institute of Education (NIE) at Nanyang Technological University
• Master of Fine Art (MFA) in Painting from New York Academy of Art
• Signature member of National Watercolor Society (NWS), USA
• Signature member of American Watercolor Society (AWS), USA
His research interests include areas in Art Education, Scientific study of art materials, Oriental Art History and Culture, South East Asia Art, Classical Painting language in Contemporary Art and Digital Animation, Digital Painting, Design, Illustration and Fine Art.

Looking for potential Phd or master candidates who has knowledge of 3D software like Maya and 3DMax (Python programming skill is a plus) to work on research of architectural heritage.

Also looking for potential Phd students / Master candidates in any discipline who are interested to work in the area of Fine Art, Applied Art, Computer Engineering for Art, Chinese Ink Painting and Calligraphy, and Singapore-Malaysia Painting History.
 
  • Accelerating traditional workflows in animation and gaming through creative AI solutions
  • Study of Foxing on Watercolor Paper and its Prevention
Awards
More than 50 national and international art awards including 2 top awards - AWS Bronze Medal of Honor from the prestigious American Watercolor Society and 2 first awards in National Open Juried Show by Singapore Art Society.
 
Courses Taught
DA2003 - Watermedia Landscape Painting

DA5002 - Watermedia Landscape Painting

DA5005 - Drawing & Sketching For Design

DA9013 - Drawing & Sketching For Design