After serving as curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Sachiko Namba was appointed as Program Director (Visual Arts), Arts and Culture Dept., The Japan Foundation between 2016 and 2020. She has authored works including “Curating Contemporary Art in Japan: 1950s to the Present” and “Curating Contemporary Art in Japan: Exhibition-Making Handbook.” Her curatorial projects include “Garden for Children” (2010, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo), “Breathing Atolls: Japan-Maldives Contemporary Art Exhibition” (2012, National Art Gallery of the Maldives, Malé), “TOKYO-Sensing the Cultural Magma of the Metropolis” (2015, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo), and “Ryuichi Sakamoto: seeing sound, hearing time” (2021, M WOODS HUTONG, Beijing). She served as Curatorial Project Manager for the Sapporo International Art Festival in 2014 (SIAF 2014) and curator for the Yokohama Paratriennale 2014.