Due South! … Interesting

November 1, 2007 at 11:09 am | Posted in fun | Leave a comment
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My blog is all about finding stuff that I deem interesting, so it is fantastic that a couple of lovely ladies from work are involved in Interesting South. Katie and Nat are joining a cast of people from communications backgrounds to talk about stuff that they find interesting  and inspiring. Okay, before you switch off and think, oh gosh another one of the those darn marketing conferences, this is not going to be one of those events. They have a mix of speakers and topics ranging from:

Tim Noonan, Visionary Communications: Beyond Body Language
Matt Moore: How to make a zombie
Juan Mann, (aka Free Hugs Man): Open arms and open homes
Dan Hill: The well-tempered personal environment
Martin Mischkulnig: Smalltown Australia
Pia van Gelder : Dork-bot
Dr Adrienne Withall Primary Dementia Collaborative Research Centre: What is this thing called Happiness?
Melinda Lawrence:T extile design & Interpretive Dance
John McWhorter: Moose dancing
Lauren Brown: How To Not Feel Like A Twat When Looking at Modern Art
Samantha Graham: Speaking the world into being 
Tim Longhurst:Taking it to the Streets
Dr. Tim Baynes, environmental scientist: It’s NotRocket Surgery
Gavin Heaton: Looking Through the Eyes of a Child
Katie Chatfield:How to Learn a Language
Errol Flanagan, Euro RSCG Sydney : What is Green?
And more!

So check it out on Thursday, 22nd November 2007 From 6pm – 9:30pm Bondi Pavilion Theatre Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach NSW 2026


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