TWT’s Major Foundation Bridging Hope Charity Foundation is a panelist at this year’s Chinese Contemporary Art Month Forum this Saturday 14 April 2018. As part of Bridging Hope’s commitment to the Arts and artists both locally and internationally, they will be discussing the topic of ‘Australia-China Exchange and Interaction in Contemporary Art’.
For a third consecutive year, Chinese Contemporary Art Month 2018 will launch on 13 April, featuring one main exhibition, two forums and a selected collection of associated exhibitions. The exhibition ties in with 100 years anniversary of Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA).
Following the success since its inauguration in 2016, this year’s Chinese Contemporary Art Month seeks to deliver an eclectic mix of Chinese Contemporary Art and continue facilitating constructive communication between Chinese and Australian contemporary artists, collectors, curators and industry professionals.
China Cultural Centre in Sydney invites Chinese and Australian contemporary artists, collectors, curators and industry professionals to share ideas and experience on contemporary art collections and Australia-China art exchange.
Session One: ‘Strategies for Private and Enterprise Contemporary Art Collections’
Moderator: Nicholas Tsoutas, Curator/Art Critic
- Trevor Victor Harvey, Owner/Curator at The Harvey Galleries
- Dr. Yeqin Zuo, Director at Vermilion Art
- Lily Huang, Vice President – Business Partnerships Banking Wealth Management at Citibank
- Jason Jiageng Huang, Managing Director at COLI Australia
Time: 13:30 – 15:00, 14 April 2018
Tea break: 15:00 – 15:30
Session Two: ‘Australia-China Exchange and Interaction in Contemporary Art’
Moderator: Dr. Tianli Zu, Artist/Adjunct Associate Professor at Western Sydney University
- Nicholas Tsoutas, Curator/Art Critic
- Anke Timm, Foundation Manager at Bridging Hope Charity Foundation
- Rae Bolotin, Artistic Director at BigCi (Bilpin international ground for Creative initiatives)
Time: 15:30 – 17:00, 14 April 2018
Chinese Contemporary Art Month 2018 will run from 13 April – 5 May 2018, featuring one main exhibition, two forums and a selected collection of associated exhibitions, including The 5th Walking with Arts Exhibition, in TWT Creative Precinct, click here to find out more.