KEVIN NG is an emerging artist of Indonesian-Chinese descent living in Sydney, having created work in numerous contexts including, theatre, experimental live arts, and community arts with a strong emphasis on socio-political dynamics; responding to the experiences of Asian Australians, democracy and a diverse range of young people.
Most recently he has been commissioned to direct Shopfront Arts Co-op’s Senior and Junior Ensemble in 2016 with performances at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
His collaborations include the Mook Gwa Institute which has presented work at Underbelly Arts Festival and Tiny Stadiums, and also as part of PACT centre for emerging artist’s Inaugural year of Rapid Response Team 2015 which challenged seven emerging artists to create politically responsive work within twenty-four hours. As a technical producer he has supported work created by multiple companies and independent artists including Milkcrate Theatre, Rock Surfers Theatre, Performance4A, Blacktown Arts Centre, and Campbelltown Arts Centre.
He has been a youth member of Shopfront Arts Coop since 2005, and currently associate outreach artist, and director-facilitator in their residential programs. Finally, as a serving board member of Crack Theatre Festival he is an advocate and community builder for emerging artists in NSW.