On Wednesday 4 April 2018, Bridging Hope Charity Foundation presented a lively panel discussion with leaders of Australia’s contemporary art scene, hosted in one of Sydney’s fastest growing creative precincts, TWT Creative Precinct.
One of Australia’s leading and most respected artists, George Tjungurrayi’s iconic paintings cross cultural boundaries and capture his passion and understanding of the land and serpent dreaming.
Bridging Hope Charity Foundation is delighted to support the Biennale of Sydney as a Major Foundation. The Biennale of Sydney is a free exhibition spanning three months from 16 March until 11 June 2018.
Aly Inderhmüle is a sophisticated and highly intellectual early career artist – relatively early in her artistic career following a long and esteemed career as a 3D designer – one of the USA’s first 3D Designers for the Department of Defence.
Artist Stevie Fieldsend’s ‘mira mira’ works make a strong addition to the collection as they evoke a memory of past trauma, of a life force braking through.
Bridging Hope Charity Foundation’s founder Tina Tian attends the fifth Young Pacific Leaders Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii on 11-12 January 2018.
Congratulations to our Founder, Tina Tian, on winning this prestigious award in Beijing on 13 December 2017.
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 […]