What Are Your Holiday Plans?

As we come to the last few weeks of 2021, we hope everyone is taking mindful pauses or breaks during this hectic period. At TWF, we know it is important to take out time to immerse ourselves in new experiences and perspectives, giving us needed space from our routines and responsibilities so that we can be more grounded and focused in the year to come.

We have compiled a list of some of the activities we are looking forward to:


  • Skin in the game” at Gallery HZ: Mixed media paintings by Ewa Budka, Javier Martin & Ewelina Skowrońska, and photography by Chong-Il Woo that inquire into the role of women in a cross-cultural contemporary society. 
  • 480.0 Open Space” at 480.0 Gender & Art Space: Known for their focus on women’s health and sexual violence, 480.0 is offering a range of new books, games, and interactive activities that are available to explore with family, friends and colleagues by appointment only.
  • NOT a fashion store! at HKMoA: This exhibition encourages contemplating the connections between fashion trends and some of the underlying issues in daily routines as well as a reflection on clothing and gender norms. 
  • Walking Backwards” at Flowers Gallery: In American painter Aleah Chapin’s first solo exhibition in Asia, she utilises sketches and images of herself against an abstract backdrop to explore representation and ageing.



  • Bigger Than Us – This documentary follows the efforts of Melati, a young environmental advocate in Indonesia has been fighting plastic pollution, who goes to meet fellow young environmental advocates across the globe. 
  • How Jana Pittman became a career chameleon – An episode in the award-winning documentary series Australian Story focusing on Jana Pittman: a world champion athlete who went on to become a medical doctor, mother of four, member of the Army Reserve and obtain a PhD in obstetrics. 

Whatever your plans are for the holidays, we do hope you take some time to rejuvenate. Well-rested and re-energised, we look forward to engaging with all of you to continue our work to build a gender equal city.

Get in touch at Fiona.Nott@twfhk.org.


Written by

The Women's Foundation