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TDF Talks @Mercedes me, Round Two!

TDF Talks @Mercedes me

It’s BACK! Launching later this month, we’re hosting our next series of inspiring ‘in-conversation’ evening events at Mercedes me.

First up, I’ll be joined by iconic Australian artist David Bromley, for a rare conversation about his prolific career, and diverse creative projects. We’ll discuss the state of Australian architecture with Peter Maddison, host of Grand Designs Australia. Chef, farmer and host of River Cottage Australia Paul West, will join us for a discussion about his inspiring sustainable living philosophies. And lastly, to close the series We’ll be talking fashion, publishing and the old career vs. family juggle with Justine Cullen, editor of Jones Magazine, and former trailblazing editor of Elle Australia.

Tickets are just $22 for each event. Book now!

12th February, 2019

Photo – courtesy of Peter Maddison..

Photo –  Rachel Kara for The Design Files.

Photo – courtesy of David Bromley.

Photo – courtesy of Paul West.

Lucy Feagins
Tuesday 12th February 2019

We’re thrilled to be continuing our long-standing partnership with Mercedes me, with a brand new series of in-conversation events.

TDF Talks @ Mercedes me will feature four inspiring speakers from the worlds of art, architecture, sustainable living and publishing, chatting with me on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

David Bromley
Tuesday Feb 26th, 6.45pm – 8.00pm

Iconic Australian artist David Bromley discusses his unique career journey, and his diverse creative projects.

Tickets $22 – Book here

Peter Maddison
Tuesday March 26th, 6.45pm – 8.00pm

Award-winning architect and host of Grand Designs Australia Peter Maddison discusses the state of Australian architecture, what the future might look like for Australian cities, and the importance of advocating for great design – grand or small.

Tickets $22 – Book here

Paul West
Wednesday April 3rd, 6.45pm – 8.00pm

Chef-turned-sustainable-farmer and host of River Cottage Australia, Paul West will join me for a discussion about his inspiring sustainable living philosophies.

Tickets $22 – Book here

Justine Cullen
Tuesday April 30th, 6.45pm – 8.00pm

Justine Cullen, editor of Jones magazine and former editor of Elle Australia, will discuss her stellar career trajectory, the state of the Australian fashion industry, and the future of magazine publishing.

Tickets $22 – Book here

We’re so excited to welcome you to this event series, starring such a brilliant line up of inspiring guests! However, if you’re not Melbourne based – never fear. We will also be recording each live conversation for a special podcast series, coming soon.

Mercedes me is a collaborative space in Melbourne’s CBD, where café culture meets Mercedes-Benz lifestyle. Stay up to date with their varied program of events by following @mercedesmestore.melbourne.

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