Women of Hope: Art & Culture
Vote now for some of Hong Kong’s most successful art visionaries
In partnership with the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation, Hong Kong Tatler is recognizing some of the city’s most inspirational women. From the medicine to the environment, the nominees for the Women of Hope awards have all truly dedicated themselves to making a difference.
One category for the nominees is “Art & Culture,” recognizing those women who elevating Hong Kong’s art and culture scene into a global community. The nominees for this category are Andrea Fessler, Claire Hsu-Vuchot, Kai-yin Lo, and Mimi Brown.
Fessler is the founder of Premiere Performances, started in 2007 to promote the growth of chamber music in Hong Kong. She also started the Chamber Music Festival, gaining exposure for chamber music by inviting world-class musicians to Hong Kong to showcase their music.
Hsu-Vuchot is the founder of Asia Art Archive. She raised HK$1million at aged 24 to set up AAA. It serves as a public library for the community to collection, preserve and share material on recent art history in Asia.
Lo was the recipient of the World’s Leading Chinese Designer Award in 2007. She is a pioneer in jewellery design and art, a curator, and the editor of five books on Chinese culture and design. Lo is also a prominent supporter of the Hong Kong Design Centre, the Hong Kong Cancer Fund and the Asia Society.
Brown is the founder of Spring Workshop. The nonprofit art space was founded in Hong Kong in 2012 to serve as an international platform, encouraging cultural exchange between local Hong Kong and international artists.
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