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FOUNDRY | Ngaio Parr & Eddie Zammit Guest Speaker Session

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Brooke Street Pier

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Season Pass - Australia's Best, At Foundry

Tasmania is now home to Australia's most thriving creative speaker program. At Foundry. Making waves both locally and nationally, Season Pass allows our creatives access to dozens of leading industry figures each year —not only giving them a taste of what it’s like to be a working creative, but also learning how they got to the top of their game. We are passionate about setting a new standard for industry engagement in the educational space.




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Season Pass is in its fourth season, with nearly 30 guests having visited Tasmania this year alone. These sessions are usually reserved exclusively for those studying at Foundry, but for the final session of the year, we are opening it up to you, to come and experience our speakers for FREE.

Each speaker presents for 30 minutes and then sits on a panel where you can ask questions. Seats are limited so you’ll need to be quick.

This session we have two amazing guests flying in from around Australia to speak to Foundry creatives and the doors are open to come and try some of the Foundry magic for yourself, with talks from Naio Parr and Eddie Zammit.


Ngaio Parr

Ngaio (you say it Nigh-Oh) is an illustrator, multidisciplinary designer, and curator who enjoys doing a lot of things at the same time. She works with clients like Thames & Hudson, Ban.do, Redbull, and Sibella Court from her independent studio. She is also the director of Make Nice - a conference and online platform for, by, and about creative women. In her spare time she’s a Professor at the University of Technology in Sydney.

Links:
http://ngaioparr.com/
http://make-nice.com.au/

Naio


Eddie Zammit

Creative Director of T-World, the World’s only T-shirt journal, Eddie Zammit is Melbourne design icon. Patron of the street art scene he has nurtured many big names and brought international superstars in for special projects, most recently Shepard Fairey (Obey Giant) to paint a 15-storey mural in Sydney. He owns over 7,000 t-shirts, has an infectious laugh and an incredible insight into the crossover between art and design.

Links:
http://www.t-world.com.au/
Sydney Morning Herald

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