Student and Industry Night : Creative DesignThursday 28 Feb - 4:00pm - 6:00pm The Space, HOTA (Home of the Arts).
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Aspiring artistic students have the opportunity to meet and hear from industry professionals as they provide valuable insights and highlight the pathways for their future careers. Learn from the experience of a diverse collective of professional artists and understand how to better navigate the potential pitfalls as you aspire towards your own career.
Student and professional artists are invited to join us at this free event with an opportunity to learn from each other through an exchange of ideas, as well as understanding the career opportunities on the Gold Coast while extending professional networks.
Guest speakers include:
Claudio Kirac – Co Founder, Art Work Agency
Natalie Lidgerwood – Senior Programmer, HOTA
Arran Woollams – Director, SpaceCubed
Bren Domingo – Multimedia Designer
Following the panel discussion there will be networking opportunities over drinks & canapes.
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