One of the largest creative events globally, Semi-Permanent has established itself as a leader in presentations and exhibitions in the creative industry since its inception over ten years ago in Sydney, Australia.
Now holding annual conferences across a range of international cities such as Auckland, New York, London and Hong Kong, the latest version will be coming to our shores across 3 and 4 July.
Held at the Victory Convention Centre this year in Freemans Bay, the event will see and hear from over a dozen speakers across digital, graphic, animation, musical and technological industries. Exhibitions, parties and workshops will round off the event.
This year Semi-Permanent is also curating Design Month in Auckland, which will run over the course of July.
“This is all about New Zealand design going global," says founder Simon Velvin. "We’re proving ourselves in thought leadership in the design space.”
Prices currently range from $150 for a 2-day student pass, up to limited VIP tickets for $500. The full price list can be found here.
Idealog has TWO sets of double passes to give away for this year’s Semi-Permanent.
Just email: email@example.com which speaker you want to see the most and why, and be in to win. Entries close 26 June, and winners will be notified on 29 June.
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