Yang Yongliang exploits a connection between traditional art and the contemporary, implementing ancient oriental aesthetics and literati beliefs with modern language and digital techniques.
Held in the TWT Creative Precinct, the aim was to raise awareness, remember those lost to suicide, and unite in a commitment to prevent further deaths by suicide.
As part of our commitment to the Arts and artists both locally and internationally, Bridging Hope Charity Foundation supports and encourages artists, organisations and institutions to take risks and extend their boundaries of their art forms and practices.
Jonny Niesche’s voile paintings and animation installations reference and intersect with art historical forms of abstraction, minimalism and the sublime.
Vermilion Art’s exhibition Sworn Sisters features works by Chinese contemporary female artists and explores the complex and changing role of women in Chinese society.
On 30 May 2018 Bridging Hope Charity Foundation was proud to support Lifeline at the 2018 Lifeline Chairman’s Lunch at The Westin Hotel in Sydney.
On 23 May 2018, Bridging Hope Charity Foundation and Lifeline Australia launched the results of a study commissioned to examine the support needs of Chinese Australians, in the Chinese Garden of Friendship, Darling Harbour.
Congratulations to our Founder, Tina Tian, who was awarded the Women’s Charity Award at the 11th Women’s Summit Forum in Beijing.