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Sculpture at Scenie World 2019


When: Friday 12th April - Sunday 12th May
Scenic World, 1 Violet Street, Blue Mountains
Time: Daily 9am-5pm
Cost: FREE with Scenic World Pass

Experience art like never before at Sculpture at Scenic World 2019. Set among the stunning Blue Mountains, Sculpture at Scenic World is Australia’s premier regional art exhibition which transforms the ancient rainforest into an outdoor gallery from April 12 – May 12. Showcasing over 25 artworks along the Scenic Walkway which winds through the pristine Jamison Valley, Sculpture at Scenic World provides a unique sensory experience with subtle artworks and interactive installations that appeal to families, couples and art lovers alike. Featuring an extensive free public program including guided tours, curated artist talks, weekend workshops for the kids and more.
Accommodation packages are also available with inclusions such as breakfast, Wifi, high tea and more. All Sculpture at Scenic World tickets include unlimited travel on the Scenic Railway, Cableway and the new Skyway, in addition to Sculpture Otherwise.

Phone: 4780 0200
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Article by Australian Design Centre.

Customer Contact Sydney 2019 Conference


When: Tuesday 4th June - Wednesday 5th June
Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf, 201 Sussex Street, Sydney
Time: 9am-4pm
Cost: Special End-User Discounted Pricing (Valid until 1st March): AUD 1950.0, Special End-User Discounted Pricing (Valid until 29th March): AUD 2050.0, Special End-User Discounted Pricing (Valid until 26th April): AUD 2150.0, Special End-User Discounted Pricing (Valid until 17th May): AUD 2250.0, Special End-User Discounted Pricing : AUD 2350.0

Customer Contact Sydney 2019 is all about the new and future Contact Centre. With customers demanding a faster and more efficient level of service, the entire contact function has been uprooted to deliver a more diverse and engaging experience, while also improving convenience and the speed at which customer queries are resolved. Using the Contact Centre as an anchor, leading organisations are delving into diversified channels, a new criteria for talent, customer data, AI and other emerging technology to up their game in customer service. That's where we come in. Our program has been created around how the best in class are achieving all of the above, and integrating people with technology to exceed expectations! 30+ Speakers | 120+ Attendees | New Contacts Guaranteed.

Confirmed Speakers Include:
International) Raj Chaudhuri, Director, Global Servicing Network, American Express
(International) Harpreet Singh Ghai, Consumer Relations Director, GSK
Moses Thangasamy, Director Customer Strategy, IAG
Chris Barnes, Head of Consumer Service, National Australia Bank
Nigel Hawtin, Head of Short Tail Claims Delivery and Performance, QBE Insurance
Michelle Shiers, Complex Customer Care Lead, Telstra
Sam Youssif, Director, Digital Customer Experience, Schneider Electric
Renzo Urzua, Global Contact Centre Management Trainer, MasterCard
Luke Jamieson, Head of Service Centre, First State Super
Miles Williams, General Manager, Customer Growth, Bupa
Rod Netterfield, GM, Change and Customer Experience, Auto and General
Donna Hole, VP Services, hipages
Catherine Payne, Executive Director Digital and Customer Communications, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Phone: 8916 6161
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Article by Kye Ling.

Island Welcome


When: Thursday 11th April - Wednesday 5th June
Where: 101-115 William Street, Darlinghurst

Time: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-4pm
Cost: FREE

Island Welcome is a group exhibition exploring contemporary jewellery as a gesture of welcome. Inspired by the welcome garlands of many traditional island cultures, a group of contemporary jewellers have made a neckpiece, lei or garland interpreting the theme of welcome and considering current Australian immigration and refugee policy. Island Welcome presents the work of Jane Bowden, Liv Boyle, Michelle Cangiano, Jess Dare, Nicky Hepburn, Kath Inglis, Pennie Jagiello, Manon van Kouswijk, Sim Luttin, Vicki Mason, Belinda Newick, Lauren Simeoni, Lucy Simpson, Alice Whish and Melinda Young. Island Welcome aims to facilitate a quiet contemplative experience of adornment as a vehicle for political discourse, empathy and shared humanity.

Phone: 9361 4555
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Article by Australian Design Centre.

Supanova 2019


When: Friday 21st June - Sunday 23rd June
Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park

Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming Expo has been the welcoming home of Australia’s pop culture fandom since 2000; a place where fans inspired by imaginary worlds emanating from comics, sci-fi, fantasy, anime, gaming, nostalgia and literature have been able to come together to celebrate. A place to rejoice in cosplay (‘cos’tume role-‘play’) in expressing your inner geek, your inner child. Supa-Star celebrities, fan-clubs, exciting exhibitors and exclusives have been woven in with entertainment technology, collectables, toys and four-colour fun. At the very heart of it though is the opportunity Supanova provides to aspiring talent, artists and creators as a local national platform to showcase their work to an adoring public that enjoy and enthusiastically embrace newly invented worlds. Where our community of fans are at the ready to jump on for another adventure in helping catapult projects towards the stars! It’s that passion for the next great adventure that beats at the very core of what Supanova Comic-Con & Gaming is all about so jump aboard and whether you’re seven or seventy, it’s going to be a blast!

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