contemporary furniture exhibition 2004

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  • Location: Cooroy, Cooroy 4563 Queensland

Seminars and Masterclasses
Saturday 18- Monday 20 September 2004

Saturday 18 September 2004

1. Forum  10.00am - 12.30pm

Panel discussion involving Question and Answer segment

International directions in contemporary furniture
Multidisciplinary practice - a design challenge

Guest Speakers: 
Rod and Alison Wales, UK based furniture makers, educators and lecturers
Stephen Kidd, Kidd & Co, designer- multidiscipline in building, interior and furniture design
Brian Steendyk, architect and industrial designer
Matthew Harding, designer, maker and sculptor

2. Seminar  1.30pm-3.00pm

Rod and Alison Wales
introduction to their work - presentation followed by questions/discussion

3. Seminar  3.00pm -4.00pm 

Matthew Harding
Introduction to his work - presentation followed by questions/discussion 

4. Masterclass/Workshop
Sunday 20 Sept
10.00am - 4.00pm

Sam di Mauro
Artist and designer
Lecturer in Design - Griffith University

Leftfield-Innovative Design through
Non-formal Processes: The Designer
as Brief Setter

General themes: to consider the meaning of the word inhabit, the cultural qualities of the environment, the sensorial qualities of the environment, the challenge of new technologies.

5. Masterclass/Workshop
Monday 21 Sept   
10.00am - 4.00pm

Rod and Alison Wales
Three separate presentations
discussions with audience

Alison Wales - a short presentation on Women Furniture Designer/Makers

Presentation focusing on street furniture design and the specific problems in the area of public furniture.

Problems and pleasures of setting up and running a small business designing and making furniture


Please check our web site for more detailed information about the speakers and the furniture future forums

Main Hall
Noosa District State High School
Tulip Street, Cooroy  Qld 4563

Seminars  $35.00
Masterclass $45.00
inc light lunch and refreshments
Students deduct $10 per forum

The prices for the seminars and workshops have been maintained at a reasonable cost due to the Australian Government Regional Arts Fund support.
The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government Initiative supporting the arts in regional and remote Australia

contact:  sandy bradley
contemporary furniture exhibition 2004
t: 07 5442 7786


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Cooroy, Cooroy

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