Lynn Fu, GCLP 2017
Lynn Fu was a participant in the 2017 edition of the Global Cultural Leadership Programme.
With over 15 years’ experience in the arts and culture, Lynn Fu is a Shanghai/New York based independent curator and producer in the performing arts. She used to work at the British Council in Shanghai for many years. Lynn is an ISPA global fellow and Edinburgh Fringe associate. She frequently sat at the curatorial panel for international festivals. Her career focuses on international collaboration between China, Asia and the rest of the world while her interest lies in exploring new possibilities of connecting people through the performing arts.
During the pandemic, Lynn worked with the Goethe Institute Shanghai consulting on disability and inclusion in East Asia. Meanwhile, she was the China Market Advisor for the Australia Council. In 2021, she co-founded Arts Access Shanghai, a platform to increase access to Shanghai’s cultural institutions for the local disability community through connection, education and advocacy.
Find more in www.lynnfu.org
“A big thank you to everyone involved in GLCP 2017 for all your hard work to bring 40 beautiful souls from around the world together. During that one week in Athens, we talked, ate and laughed together, bathing in new ideas and inspirations about exciting global opportunities and collaborations. I believe there will be many more conversations that lead to projects from the seeds we planted in Athens.”
In order to introduce themselves and their organizations, the participants prepared a poster.