Currently working as the Director of Art in Hospital & Community Art Network, Grace Cheng is also the Co-chair of Programme committee of Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong. She believes art could bring lives infinite possibilities, therefore she always act as the agent to bring arts into different communities including people with disabilities.
Grace curates projects with the interests of community engagement: Big Happy Heart – Community Art Project (2007) was a project that assembled 1,500 paintings into a giant artwork, which were created by patients, rehabilitants, students, artists and people from all walks of life to convey the message: art heals. Charming Experience (2009) was a ground breaking project showcased artworks which audience could experience art through different senses. Made in Wetland (2010) guided audience to appreciate the beauty of nature by participating various art workshops which coherence with the environment of Hong Kong Wetland Park. Budding Winter (2010) and ArtAlive@Park (2011) brought arts closer to the community by displaying artworks in parks in Hong Kong and nurtured young artists. She also organized the 11th International Expressive Arts Therapy Association Conference (2015) drew professionals from different countries to discuss the implementation of art and therapy in improving the quality of life.