When: Thurs 13 August 2015
Where: Leave from Birregurra Station on the 7.40am train
Cost: Full. $35 Conc. $30
(includes ACMI ticket plus light lunch and glass of wine. Train and other expenses to be paid as you go)
PAYMENT DUE BY: Fri 24 July 2015
Our itinerary also includes an intimate audience with Australian award winning sculptor and artist, Christine Gibson, in her South Yarra home. Christine will give a short talk about her work and share with us her extensive personal art collection.
Christine studied Classical Portraiture in Sculpture in Bucharest under the watch of well-known sculptor, George Turcu. Having also worked in printmaking, pastel and ceramics, Christine was the 1985 Winner of the Burke Hall Award for Sculpture and the 1982 Winner of Reshid Bey “Portrait of a Sculpture” Award.
About ACMI's Bowie RetrospectivePrepare for unprecedented access to objects from the David Bowie Archive that tell the enthralling story of the boy from Brixton who became an international cultural icon. Featuring over 50 legendary costumes, original stage set designs, handwritten lyric sheets, album artwork, rare film, video and photographs and interviews, the exhibition showcases Bowie’s impact as a performer and screen star.
David Bowie is became the V&A’s fastest-selling exhibition. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is only in Melbourne for a strictly limited season, with limited capacity and with no extensions possible. Avoid the queues and book online; advanced bookings for Friday nights and weekends is recommended. Plus, every ticket buyer receives a free Bowie album thanks to Google Play!
More details from ACMI on this David Bowie Retrospective
Articles about the exhibition in The Age
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