SpeakersPAULMCGILLICK MC – Editor InDesign magazineMICK PEARCE – ArchitectSHERIDAN KENNEDY – Contemporary JewellerMARTY ROSS – MathematicianCHRISTOPHER BOUTSINIS – DesignerJON COE – Zoological Park DesignerSTEPHEN PERRY – Landscape ArchitectPROFESSOR MV SRINIVASAN – Researcher & ScientistDR LARRY JORDAN – ScientistLAWRENCE ENGLISH – Sound Artist
April 4th, 2011
PAULMCGILLICK MC – Editor InDesign magazine
MICK PEARCE – Architect
SHERIDAN KENNEDY – Contemporary Jeweller
MARTY ROSS – Mathematician
CHRISTOPHER BOUTSINIS – Designer
JON COE – Zoological Park Designer
STEPHEN PERRY – Landscape Architect
PROFESSOR MV SRINIVASAN – Researcher & Scientist
DR LARRY JORDAN – Scientist
LAWRENCE ENGLISH – Sound Artist
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