MEDIA & EVENTS

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Young Pacific Leaders Conference 2018

Bridging Hope Charity Foundation’s founder Tina Tian attends the fifth Young Pacific Leaders Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii on 11-12 January 2018.

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2017 China Philanthropic Person of the Year

Congratulations to our Founder, Tina Tian, on winning this prestigious award in Beijing on 13 December 2017.

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Feature Artist – Spotlight on Kate Shaw

Kate Shaw’s exquisitely painted landscapes deal with transformations that link the psychological self to the physical world. Shaw’s works are a beautiful celebration of the transformative environment. Masterful use of paints and resin mimic nature’s flowing transformations through transmuted lava flows, a gnarled tree, an iceberg. Kate Shaw has participated in many national and international […]

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Biennale of Sydney Video Series

We are delighted to share this video from the Biennale of Sydney, and celebrate experiences of other individuals who also value and celebrate what the Biennale does.

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Support for UNSW’s A&D ANNUAL 2017 Graduate Exhibition

Bridging Hope Charity Foundation announces philanthropic support for UNSW Art & Design’s ANNUAL and inaugural winner of the TWT Excellence Prize.

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Say ‘Masculinity’: Photography and the Mental Health of Men

Photographer Paul McDonald is possessed by two things. The first is a set of mysterious and intimate medical slides found by chance at an auction and carried with him ever since; and the second is the very concept of masculinity.

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Panel Discussion – Professionalising Art Practice

Artist Alex Seton, Acting Co-Executive Director of NAVA Brianna Munting, and art-specialist Lawyer Delwyn Everard were in conversation with Art Advisor/Curator Natalia Bradshaw discussing some keys to truly being a professional artist.

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Special Program Preview in St Leonards

Bridging Hope Charity Foundation was proud to host the Biennale of Sydney’s Program Preview in St Leonards on 20 October 2017.    

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