PICA Salon Gala Opening

17 June

Following the success of the inaugural event in 2010, PICA is pleased to announce The PICA Salon 2011.

This prestigious annual fundraising event is a specially curated exhibition of works by esteemed international and Australian artists who have exhibited at PICA, at some stage over the past twenty years.

The PICA Salon 2011 will feature works by local and internationally renowned artists. The rare selection of works will be available for sale, priced between $1,000 and $5,000 and all sale proceeds will go directly to the artists.

The gala opening night event will be hosted by Narelda Jacobs, Ten News Presenter.

This is an exclusive and ticketed event with each ticket costing $1,000 ($900 of which is tax deductible), which allows you to bring a guest and become part of PICA’s ART1000 Donor Program whilst also supporting PICA’s ongoing programs.

All donations to ART1000 support PICA programs which celebrate local artists and bring the best the world has to offer in the contemporary arts to Perth audiences.

This is an exclusive and ticketed event with each ticket costing $1,000 ($900 of which is tax deductible), which allows you to to bring a guest and become part of PICA’s ART1000 Donor Program whilst also supporting PICA’s ongoing programs.

  • Artists
    Neil Aldum, Benjamin Armstrong, Rebecca Baumann, Brian Blanchflower, Barbara Campbell, Marcus Canning, Thea Costantino, Daniel Crooks, Emily Floyd, Marita Fraser, Philip Gamblen, Shaun Gladwell, Jeppe Hein, Bevan Honey, Shannon Lyons, Brian McKay, John Meade, Bennett Miller, Stormie Mills, Tom Muller, Tony Nathan, Clare Peake, Kate Rohde, Bruce Slatter, Helen Smith, Natascha Stellmach, Jon Tarry, David Thomson,
    Brendan Van Hek, Jenny Watson, Joshua Webb and Gosia Wlodarczak.

  • Location

    Westend Gallery

  • Date

    Friday 17 June

  • How To Attend

    Tickets to the PICA Salon Vernissage are strictly limited to ART1000 Donors. A donation of $1000, or more, will secure a place for you and a guest at the Salon Vernissage. All donations will be invested the development of compelling new dance, theatre, visual arts and inter-disciplinary works by some of WA’s most talented and thought-provoking artists.

    Donate now online or by phone on (08) 9228 6300. Tax deductibility applies.

    For all enquiries please contact Jo Malone – philanthropy@pica.org.au