Grace Ng

Grace is a currently the Artist Development and Access Producer at The Lowry in Salford since 2019, and was previously Artist Development Coordinator at Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester from 2017-2019.

She is a highly skilled producer with over twenty years of experience having worked in Singapore’s national arts centre Esplanade Theatres by the Bay in 2004-2006; was part of the team from the National Youth Council that raised $10,000,000 SGD to build a 5-storey youth community hub called *SCAPE Co. Ltd in 2007-2009 as Head of Programmes and in 2014-2016 as Senior Manager for Programmes.

From 2010-2013 in Scotland, she worked in Dance Base Edinburgh, Audience Business, and Glasgow’s Cryptic Theatre delivering its sonic arts festival Sonica in an audience development and marketing capacity and has a record of accomplishment in artist development and multi-disciplinary programming and projects.

Grace is consistently excited by artists. As a leader, she has the emotional courage to be a relationship holder for artists: guiding them with creative provocations to realise what they want to make, and who they are, and to harness that energy.

She has a tremendous ability to turn an artist’s idea into a real, living project and bring partners on board to widen who access the work. Her quiet determination to create space and demonstrate care for underrepresented groups has had an impact on both The Lowry’s artist development strategy and the work of the wider programming team as well as her producing peers in the city.

Her specialism in Creative Access includes championing embedding access at the point of creation to create inclusive theatre enjoyed by everyone equally.

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