The Queensland branch of the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) has announced it will once again be holding breakfast seminars throughout 2010. This year five seminars in total will take place – 4 in Brisbane and 1 on the Gold Coast, each featuring guest speakers selected for their varied points of view and experience. The […]
July 6th, 2010
The Queensland branch of the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) has announced it will once again be holding breakfast seminars throughout 2010.
This year five seminars in total will take place – 4 in Brisbane and 1 on the Gold Coast, each featuring guest speakers selected for their varied points of view and experience.
The first Brisbane seminar kicks off on Thursday 15 July featuring Kelley Sheenan – founder and editor of Peppermint Magazine – as well as award-winning Melbourne architect and interior designer Chris Connell.
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