NGV Women's Association Annual Seminar
INFLUENCERS: THE PEOPLE CHANGING THE WAY WE SEE ART WITH HOST ALI MOORE
Wed 23 May 2018, 9.30AM–12.30PM
CLEMENGER BBDO AUDITORIUM (ENTER NORTH ENTRANCE, VIA ARTS CENTRE FORECOURT)
Every year, the NGV Women’s Association Seminar focuses on a collection area of the NGV. In 2018, Australian journalist and broadcaster Ali Moore will lead a panel of Australia’s most influential art leaders as they discuss the changing ways we see art, both what we view and how we see it. This event will allow you to hear insights into the often provocative and always stimulating Australian art scene. Join Ali and this dynamic group of influencers from the art world for an illuminating morning.
Anita Archer – Art Consultant and PhD Researcher of Global Art Markets
Jane Clark – Senior Research Curator of MONA
Adrian Doyle – Director of Blender Studios and Melbourne Street Art Tours
Charles Justin – Director of Justin Art House Museum
Simon Mordant AM – Chair of Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and philanthropist
Professor Sally Smart – Artist and current Vice Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Melbourne
Ali Moore is a broadcaster and journalist with more than 25 years’ experience at the ABC, Nine Network and the BBC. She currently works as a freelancer and is a Vice Chancellor’s Fellow at the University of Melbourne, working with Asialink. Ali has covered major news and current affairs events across the region, reporting from Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, and China, and has interviewed key decision-makers from a range of companies, industries and political theatres. Her previous roles include ABC China Correspondent, host of Australia’s premier late-night current affairs television program Lateline, and anchor of some of the country’s key business news programs, Business Sunday and Lateline Business.
All funds raised from this event support acquisitions for the NGV.
Please note that photography and video recording will occur at this event. Images and/or videos may be used for promotional purposes.