Judith Neilson Projects is a benevolent arts organisation established by Dr Judith Neilson AM
Judith Neilson is an Australian philanthropist, best-known for building one of the world’s most significant collections of Chinese contemporary art which is displayed at her White Rabbit Gallery in Sydney.
She maintains a long-standing interest in architecture and a range of humanitarian causes. She has endowed a Chair of Architecture at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) which leads research into innovative housing solutions for people displaced by natural disasters and conflict.
Judith Neilson’s motivating belief is that the arts and architecture make a vital global contribution to humanity and should be accessible to all – in all the world’s places and cultures.
JN Projects aims to contribute to the expansion of creative ideas in the visual and performing arts and architecture.
Judith Neilson’s cultural entities and projects include:
The much-loved Chinese art destination in Sydney, Australia
A platform for the international exposure of extraordinary performing artists
Investments in outstanding modern urban architecture.
One of the world’s largest and most significant collections of contemporary art from China
Champions quality journalism and storytelling in Australia and around the world through grants, education programs and events.