- 1986-89 Nanayang Academy of Fine Arts
- 1991-93 The Slade School of Fine Arts, printmaking
- 1995-97 Worked at Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop Since
- 1997 Part-time lecturer, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Since
- 1998 Part-time lecturer, National Institute of Education
- 1988-2000 Numerous group exhibitions in Singapore, UK, Portugal, Norway, Brunei
- 1993 Lee Foundation Bursary Award
- 1993/94 Distinction Award, Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition
- 1994 Merit Award, Singapore Urbanart Competition
- 1995 NAC Arts Bursary (Overseas) Award
- 1996 Distinction Award, UOB Painting of the Year Competition
- 1997 Honourable Mention, Philip Morris Art Award

Ng Kiow Ngor is among a growing group of artists in Singapore who have adopted the human figure as a major element in their art because of its emotive power and its infinite range of expression. She is a skilled printmaker, able to stretch the possibilities of the medium for the effectiveness of her imagery. In the triptych, which is about the remembrance of time past, she employed the twin processes of etching and screen-printing, finished off with a collage application, to produce a tableau of human figures in silhouette. Inspired by the life drawing that formed an important part of her training at the Slade, they appear as columns of mysterious shadows, gracefully linked.