Creative director Vince Frost launches deFrost talk series/lectures for 50 guests - 6pm Thursday July 5 @ Frost's Surry Hills warehouse studio

Vince Frost Portrait May2012.jpgFrost* is to begin opening up a limited number of free seats to the studio's long running series of deFrost* talks, to members of the public and the broader creativity community.
 
Curated by CEO and creative director, Vince Frost, the lectures feature speakers drawn from his broad network of leading local and international industry thinkers and achievers. The events offer the opportunity to hear inspiring insights and participate in stimulating debate, in an intimate setting of only 50 guests at Frost's Surry Hills warehouse studio.
 
Email here to be considered for a seat at the event with 'deFrost' in the subject line, your name, contact details and a few sentences outlining your interest in the event, by 4 July. Numbers are strictly limited.
With a focus on the powerful combination of design thinking and business, Frost* has been hosting the thought leadership events for staff and clients for a number of years. Recent speakers have included pioneers such as Droga5's Sudeep Gohill, award winning typographer and environments designer, Golnar Roshan and Christian Hogue from animation and effects studio, Lost in Space.
 
Frost says the events are designed to stimulate creative thinking and the decision to open up the events to the public, is in line with his philosophy of 'Inspiring Ideas to Life'.
 
Says Frost: "We are all here to inspire and be inspired. Our main product is ideas that are realised through design. We set out to make a positive difference to people's lives and the world. This is a vision that should be shared and I want to involve others who are interested in the power of design and ideas to achieve these things."
 
The next deFrost* talk will be held 6pm on Thursday 5 July, and feature David Stevenson and Thierry Lacoste from architecture and urban design practice, Lacoste + Stevenson.
 
The duo collaborated on the Chinatown Red Lantern project, lead by Frost*, which last night won the award for Small Project Architecture, at the NSW Architecture Awards 2012. Stevenson and Thierry will join Frost and Joanna McKenzie from Frost*, to discuss the project brief, aesthetic realisation, as well as the technical research and development involved in the project.

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