Tania De Rozario


Tania De Rozario is an artist and writer with over 20 years of experience working across the visual and literary arts. As the Advancement Coordinator at 221A, she draws from a decade of grant-writing in Singapore. Projects she has helped fund include exhibitions, readings, screenings and performances she co-organised for a Singaporean collective she co-founded – over its seven-year lifespan, it showcased the work of over 140 creative practitioners.

Tania’s writing has won the New Ohio Review Nonfiction Contest (2020) and the Muriel Craft Bailey Poetry Contest (2021), has been a finalist at the Lambda Literary Awards (2021) and has been published in journals/anthologies across four continents. Her art has been showcased in Singapore, Europe and the US. She has also worked as an adjunct, teaching at the UBC School of Creative Writing (2021-2023) and across faculties at Lasalle College of the Arts (2006-2018). Additionally, she has worked with the Association of Women for Action & Research to develop art/writing workshops centred on issues of gender-based violence.

Tania is proud to be working at 221A and hopes to help contribute to its vision of a society in which all people have the means to access and make culture.

Last updated: May 8, 2024