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  • Fri 18 May ’12, 10:00am – 6:00pm
  • Sat 19 May ’12, 10:00am – 6:00pm


Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre - Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD


All Ages

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  • From: $180.00

With a decade of events under its belt, Semi-Permanent is back with its 8th instalment after touring Sydney, Melbourne, Dubai and Singapore, as well as satellite conferences in New York and London.

Kicking off on May 18th in Auckland City, Semi-Permanent has now expanded to 16 speakers for 2012, covering a deeper range of disciplines. The two-day conference will present a mash-up of creative minds with the likes of industry heavy-weights Ron English, Industrial Light & Magic, Gmunk, Wallpaper Magazine, Miss Van, Special Group, Three Drunk Monkeys and Alex Trouchet. Furthermore, local fashion designers Stolen Girlfriends Club will craft a visual spectacular to take guests to another level.

In addition to the regular run of show, Semi-Permanent will also offer a raft of side events and exhibitions. To awaken the inner creative beast, Semi-Permanent fans can find the highly anticipated Ron English exhibition at Webb’s from May 10th or a discussion with High Res and Resn to talk about the future of the creative digital landscape.

“Semi-Permanent is a global gathering of pure talent, new ideas, conversation and visual splendour that culminates in a two-day conference with some of the most inspirational designers and artists of our time,” says Semi-Permanent Director, Simon Velvin.

“A festival atmosphere surrounds the conference with inspiring activities and events throughout the week including live art, exhibitions, installations, workshops.”

Semi-Permanent tickets are available now through the-edge.co.nz/semipermanent and semipermanent.com

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