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Semi-Permanent

Semi-Permanent is a world leading design conference that to date has hosted 26 events in 9 cities, covering 5 countries, with 164 speakers and over 42,000 attendees. It covers all disciplines of design, including graphic design, film, fine art, illustration, web design, interaction design, photography, visual effects, animation, graffiti, motion graphics, stop motion, and architecture, and much more.

Semi-Permanent speaks directly to the individual. It is a forum that welcomes all people with a mind open to creative ideas and the wide world of design. Attendees include Creative Directors Design Directors, designers, artists, photographers, digital creative’s company leaders, agency personnel, product and fashion designers and pretty much any one who operates as a creative. The discounted student prices ensure that the next generation of creative designers are also part of the conversation. <:section>Semi-Permanent is held annually in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Auckland, as well as satellite conferences in New York and London.

Moving into its ninth year in 2011, Semi-Permanent has become the leading event of its type internationally. Semi-Permanent is highly respected and supported by the cream of the world’s design, art, and media communities. This is reflected in the large amounts of promotion and exposure drawn by the event.

2011 heralds the expansion of Semi Permanent into Asia Pacific with an initial launch in Hong Kong, one of the world’s most stunning, exciting and vibrant cities.

Semi-Permanent was born from a desire to unite the world’s design communities with a premium creative experience by the creatives for the creatives.

Information From Semi-Permanent Website: http://www.semipermanent.com/#section-129

Semi-Permanent Brisbane 2010 Montage from Semi Permanent on Vimeo.

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