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Semi Permanent - The International Festival for Creatives

Semi Permanent - The International Festival for Creatives - 31st May 2013

Semi-Permanent, the international festival for creatives, returns to Auckland on 31st May for its annual two-day exploration into the minds of our world’s most cutting edge creative artists and design thinkers.

The Designers Institute and Semi Permanent have teamed up to give The Designers Insititute members a 15% discount, just use the promo code 'friend' when you click through to the link below.

The 2013 line-up includes renowned speakers from Digital Kitchen, the US agency that developed Stanley Piano – the world’s first interactive piano – and won Emmy awards for their main title work on True Blood, Dexter and Six Feet Under.

They will be in the fine company of US designer Annie Sperling, photographer David LaChapelle’s art director. Sperling is involved with community mural projects throughout Los Angeles reflecting city landmarks, heroes and cultural diversity, and her painting and photography explore the world of burlesque and live theatre which she is also involved.

Others on the speaking agenda include sweet shop Director Steve Ayson, from the Directors Bureau Aaron Rose, Curious Films Founder Darryl Ward, surf magazine Stab’s creator, Sam McIntosh, Award Winning Architects March Studios, Berlin animator and engineer, Niklas Roy. Ex pat illustrator Kelly Thompson, and Michael Lugmayr, founder of TOKO plus many more.

RSVP / Cost
Tickets are available from semipermanent.com.
DINZ Members receive a 15% discount - Just use the promo code 'friend'

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