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Semi-Permanent 04 Design Event - Sat 24 April, Ak

Semi-Permanent 04 Design Event - Sat 24 April, Auckland

DESIGN EVENT OF THE YEAR

The Church is delighted to be the co-event organiser of Semi-Permanent04 - the design event of the year! Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to hear and meet internationally renowned guest speakers from the creative industries (design, web, film, animation, broadcast). We welcome any interviews (radio, print, tv, phone), feature articles and event listings of this exciting event. There are a limited number of media passes available for those organisations who are keen to attend the event and offer coverage. We also have a limited number of giveaway tickets for your readership. Please contact Paul asap. Bookings for Semi-Permanent can be made through Ticketek - 307 5000 or www.ticketek.co.nz. Book now - tickets are selling fast!

Design is Kinky and The Church, proudly present Semi-Permanent04 Auckland.

After the phenomenal success of Semi-Permanent 2003, Design Is Kinky, with presenting partners, The Church and Diesel, are proud to announce the return of Australia’s biggest graphic design event, Semi-Permanent for 2004.

Last year’s event in Sydney attracted over 6,000 graphic artists, designers and art-lovers too a two day conference featuring the world’s leading graphics professionals, including Animal Logic, One9ine and Deanne Cheuk.

Semi Permanent is looking even bigger for 2004 with an outstanding line-up of guests including UK based broadcast and visual effects house the Mill (Harry Potter, The Gladiator, Hannibal and Black Hawk Down) and graphic designer Vince Frost (D&AD, Big Magazine and P Magazine).

In addition there will be an art exhibition which may tour New Zealand showcasing work by some of the speakers and up and coming talent from New Zealand.

Speakers:

• Mill - UK - Broadcast, Visual Effects and Film Making
• MK12 - USA - Motion and Broadcast Design
• Black and White - Australia - Art and design Magazine
• Oktobor - New Zealand - Motion design and Visual Effects
• The Wilderness - New Zealand - Graphic Design
• Vince Frost – UK – Graphic Design

Date: Auckland, Saturday 24 April 2004, 10.30am –6.30pm

Venue: Bruce Mason Centre, Cnr Hurstmere Rd and The Promenade, Takapuna, Auckland.

Ticket prices: Normal $120, Student $80; Secondary School students $50 - available from Ticketek outlets: www.ticketek.co.nz. (09) 307 5000. Service fees may apply.


Please link to our site: www.semipermanent.com

ENDS

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