Melbourne 2017

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MIGUEL ORTEGA

JOSH HERMAN

BRIAN RECKTENWALD

NEVILLE PAGE

ALEX ALVAREZ

ALEX NICE

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Join LA based artists alongside local industry at The Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne for a weekend of live demos, masterclasses and panel discussions.

INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS

IN CONVERSATION WITH NICOLE HENDRIX

Nicole Hendrix is a four-time Emmy winning Producer and has won five PromaxBDA GOLD awards as a Producer and Creative Director. Currently working as the Marketing Director at Cloud Imperium Games, Nicole will provide unique insight from her diverse career in the screen industry working across news, advertising, film and games.

Session Host – Ian Failes

AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY

Entertainment Artists in the Australian Screen Industry are creating internationally award winning work for major feature films, commercials, television, console and mobile games and new immersive multimedia experiences. Gnomon Live presents an opportunity to look inside some of Australia’s leading studio’s across these different industry sectors.  It is a chance to see what they are up to, gain insight into how they work and discuss issues facing the Australian industry.

Panel Moderator – Alwyn Hunt

 

TICKET PRICING

31 MARCH 2017 – 2 APRIL 2017

STANDARD TICKET $390 EXC. GST


This ticket entitles the bearer access to the Gnomon Live Melbourne program. A wristband will be issued which is non-transferable. Double passes also available bring a friend and save!

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CONCESSION TICKET $260 EXC. GST


This ticket is for students, new graduates, concession card holders and those looking for work. This ticket entitles the bearer access to the Gnomon Live Melbourne program. A wristband will be issued which is non-transferable. Double passes also available bring a friend and save!

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Click here to see a what to expect at Gnomon Live Melbourne.

 

VENUE

What is now historically recognised as one the most important institutional complexes
constructed in Victoria in the 19th Century the Abbotsford Convent became a community art and cultural centre at the turn of the 21st century.

Now a unique place with a rare fusion of old and new, the Abbotsford Convent’s 19th century landscape is filled with artists’ studios, cafes and bars, galleries, and markets.

From intimate to grand, industrial to opulent, the Convent’s spaces are historically fascinating, with views of the river, heritage gardens and only 4km from Melbourne’s CBD.

The Convent is the home of the Shadow Electric music venue, bar and outdoor cinema, which will host the opening of Gnomon Live Australia.