Don’t miss your chance to attend Australia’s largest mental health festival, running from 20 September to 11 November 2017 at UNSW Art & Design.
Mental health and wellbeing in the arts have gained traction as topics for discussion, but is action being taken as seriously as the conversation?
Hiromi Tango will be featured in Holding a Deep Breath exhibition – a part of The Big Anxiety Festival – channelling an empathic dialogue of breath between plants, humans, and landscape.
Bridging Hope Charity Foundation establishes cultural partnership with the Biennale of Sydney built on a shared value of enriching our community through creativity
Bridging Hope Charity Foundation’s support of the Biennale – Asia Pacific’s leading contemporary art event – is the first major arts sponsorship for the Foundation.
Focusing on encouraging wellbeing, BHCF has a significant and enduring impact in the Foundation’s two main pillars, mental health and the arts.
Bridging Hope Charity Foundation is proud to be the Principal Supporter of The Big Anxiety Festival, running from 20 September to 11 November 2017.
With ABS Census 2016 data showing that our country is becoming increasingly culturally diverse, Lifeline is committed to meeting the needs of modern Australia in the years ahead.