Pecha Kucha Night Melbourne has a new home at the The Toff Stage Bar! Volume 9 on Tuesday 28 April presents: Jeremy Wortsman – designer, publisher, artist representativeNadja Mott – stylist and hair/make up artistMarc Pascal – industrial designerSam Slicer & Daniel Flood: FloodSlicer – 3D visualisationHorse Bazaar – playing digital art before and after […]
April 23rd, 2009
Pecha Kucha Night Melbourne has a new home at the The Toff Stage Bar!
Volume 9 on Tuesday 28 April presents:
Jeremy Wortsman – designer, publisher, artist representative
Nadja Mott – stylist and hair/make up artist
Marc Pascal – industrial designer
Sam Slicer & Daniel Flood: FloodSlicer – 3D visualisation
Horse Bazaar – playing digital art before and after the presentations
Stuart Harrison – architect and presenter on 3RRR’s ‘The Architects’
Sally Smart – artist
Nick Bastin – jeweller
Hallie Shellam – actor
The Toff Stage Bar
Level 2, Curtin House 252 Swanston Street Melbourne 3000
Bar opens @ 6:00pm
Presentations start @ 8:00pm
$10 on the door. No pre-sales.
(food available next door at The Toff Carriage Bar)
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