Michelle is the Head of Touring at the Manchester International Festival (UK). Previously, she was the Producer (Music and Outdoor) at West Kowloon Cultural District (HK) and has worked at the Wales Millennium Centre (UK) for the 2012 Olympics, the Hong Kong Dance Company, Lushington/ Live Nation, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong International Jazz Festival and is a Clore Fellow.
Growing up on three different continents, Ichun first entered the performing arts world at age 7 with a violin in her hand. Her international upbringing and extensive knowledge of the performing arts, along with a desire to embrace and share diversity of thought and cultures with the global community, lead her to arts management. A firm believer that the arts are the purest expression of human creativity and ultimately what fuels our lives, Ichun is intrigued by creating extraordinary from the ordinary and pursues such magic on a daily basis. She is highly regarded in the industry for her exceptional leadership, as well as her uncanny prowess in finding delicious cocktails wherever in the world work takes her.
於2019年6月完成西九文化區的工作，同年赴英國倫敦政治經濟學院進修城市研究。他現已回港，擔任不同的文化崗位，包括香港舞蹈團，國際演藝評論家協會(香港分會)，Music Lab, El Systema Hong Kong 和Cultureisbeam 的董事。
Louis Yu has more than 30 years of arts management experience. He worked for the West Kowloon Cultural District from 2010 to 2019 as the Executive Director, Performing Arts. Before that, he was the Chief Executive (2007-2010) of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and the Executive Director (2001-2007) of the Hong Kong Arts Centre.
Under his leadership, the first major venue in the West Kowloon Cultural District – the Xiqu Centre was established in January 2019 and the second performing arts venue – the Freespace was established in June.
After completing his term of office at West Kowloon Cultural District in June 2019, he started his study at the LSC Cities in the London School of Economics and Political Science.