The International Chinese Fine Arts Council (ICFAC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing a resource, platform and network to support the collaboration and advancement of Overseas Chinese in the Arts – with the core mission of advocating for humanity and sustainability, and standing up in solidarity against hate and discrimination.
Since its formation in 2006, the ICFAC have endeavored to unite, engage, and represent the creative advancement of the Overseas Chinese – the largest ethnic group of the fastest growing population in the United States – to foster a sense of belonging and communication among the Chinese Diaspora on every continent, bridging the vast cultural gaps with shared experiences and rich traditions.
We are a team of passionate individuals striving to utilize our platform to support, engage, and connect Overseas Chinese creatives, art owners, and art lovers to better resources and representation through creating opportunities, producing artistic and cultural content and programming, stimulate conversation around important social issues, and facilitate positive change.
Born and raised into a family of art enthusiasts, Inez Suen has an eye for the obvious, the outrageous, and the overlooked when it comes to discovering and promoting fine art. A world traveler, consultant, curator, and connoisseur of life, she is passionate about sustainability, migration, and diaspora in the arts. Chinese American based in Chicago by way of Taipei, she first learned about art from her grandfather, an electrical engineer who was also a painter and calligrapher. With over 20 years of international art industry experience, Suen now oversees and serves as director of the ICFAC.
Rubitta Huang was born and raised in Bali, Indonesia, and serves as the program coordinator and social media manager for ICFAC. She holds a BA in Sociology from New York University.