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Pier One Sydney Harbour

Sydney Creative Icons: In Conversation #4

Where
11 Hickson Rd
Dawes Point NSW 2000
Australia
When

Sunday 30 May from 4pm to 5:30pm

Grab a seat and immerse yourself in our panel discussion with some of the best creative minds in the business.

Enjoy a drink while you hear what Australia’s leading, cutting-edge movers and shakers in the industry have to say about creativity: how do they connect to their creativity? How do they use it? And most importantly, how can creativity change the world?

Sunday 30th May - 4:00pm - 5:30pm

This is a unique opportunity to gain an intimate insight into the fresh perspectives and ideas from our cultural leaders, particularly in light of the covid shake-up. The In Conversation series is MC’d by esteemed artist and innovator, Maurice Goldberg.

Theme: Iconic Power Festivals

Never before have we had the opportunity to be in the middle of a conversation with the leaders of three of Australia's biggest, brightest and most significant festivals.

  • Terese Casu, Ex CEO Mardi Gras, Executive Producer NAS

  • Kerri Glassock, CEO of the Sydney Fringe Festival

  • Daniel Clarke, Creative Director, Sydney WorldPride 2023 

Events are limited to 60 seats - don't miss out! Tickets are just $25pp, and includes a drink at the Art Bar.

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