24 August – 11 November 2018
American Masters celebrates that nation's artists from the 1940s to the 1980s. When the NGA acquired Jackson Pollock's Blue poles in 1973, at the time the most expensive American painting ever sold, our emerging collection hit the global headlines. This exhibition tells the story of the formation of our incredible American collection and includes many major works not seen together for a long time.
From Abstract Expressionism, Colour Field, Pop, Neo-Dada and Photo-Realism, to Conceptual, Land and Performance Art, American Masters examines how a generation of young Americans, inspired by European émigrés, challenged local traditions and reinvented modern art.
Billich Gallery is proud to host the The Dali Universe - Salvador Dali Sculpture Collection presented by Art Evolution.com. Dali is the most famous of all the Surrealist Artists, an iconic figure and a titan of Modem Art. These stunning sculptures are exclusively published by IAR Art Resources in Switzerland The Salvador Dali Sculpture Collection originated due to a unique agreement made between the artist and the President of I.A.R. Art Resources, Mr. Beniamino Levi.
2nd November 2018 – 31st January 2019
$10 (free for children under 12)
Exhibition Opening Hours:
9am – 7pm daily (7 days per week)
Charles Billich – Master Of Surrealism
Check out more information of the opening night, 17 November 2018 - Sydney, Australia.
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‘Getting the Balance Right’
Technology, People and Leadership - Evolving your Business Model
Gala Dinner Speakers:
Professor Toby Walsh: A world renowned leading researcher in Artificial Intelligence, who was named by the Australian newspaper as a “rock star” of Australia’s digital revolution.
Angie Ford: A high-performance leadership coach whose client list includes world no. 1 athletes, Entrepreneurs of the Year, CEOs, and bestselling comedians, actors and musicians.
Monica Shanahan - Designer CBC, events, web, social media, seo, photography, design. Canberra Business Chamber, National Convention Centre Canberra, 1 November 2018.
At its Gala Dinner last week, Canberra Business Chamber released the second annual report card on progress towards Destination 2030: A Vision for Canberra. The report card found progress to the 2030 Destination is ‘on track’ with some major initiatives laying the foundation for the future.
The Destination 2030 is a shared vision for Canberra and the region which needs to be supported through actions by business, Government and the community for it to be realised. This Report Card represents Canberra Business Chamber’s ongoing commitment to achieving the 2030 vision and the contribution it makes to enhance the lives of the people who live, work and visit Canberra.
The second-year Report Card highlights the Chamber’s continued progress towards the 2030 destination and the collective decisions and actions that are facilitating our journey. To read the full report card, visit https://www.canberrabusiness.com/destination-2030/