Apple's 'Back to Uni' Events

Apple's 'Back to Uni' Events

18.02.15

Events

Apple have released this year's 'Back to Uni' event program for the Apple Stores in Sydney and Brisbane.

SYDNEY - To register, visit www.apple.com/au/sydney

How to Turn Your Passion into a Business with Etsy: The Etsy marketplace connects people around the world, both online and offline, as they make, sell and buy unique items. Join us to hear Etsy seller Bea Bellingham from Things by Bea share her story of success and provide tips and tricks to transform your passion into a business. You’ll also learn how to create effective marketing materials in Pages and Keynote, and discover how to capture and edit photos with iPhone and iPad.  Tuesday, 24 February at 6:00 pm  

General Assembly: Intro to the Sydney Startup Scene  Join General Assembly's Ben Wong for an event designed to help newcomers to the startup scene get acquainted with the exciting world of tech in Sydney. Get the inside scoop on key events and meet-ups to attend. Find out which people, companies, blogs, creative incubators, programs and hot issues you should know about. And learn the role of key players such as Fishburners, PushStart, Startmate, Silicon Beach and many more. Wednesday 11 March at 6:00 pm  

Start Your Career in the Design Industry: Whether you’re a first-year student or about to graduate, join us for a discussion about getting into the design industry with moderator Nathan Scoular (Program Manager Graphic and Communication Design at Think Education) and guests Chris Maclean (Executive Creative Director at Interbrand) and Jenni Doran (Design Director at Landor). They’ll share advice as well their own creative journeys and take questions from the audience.  Wednesday 18 March at 6:00 pm  

iPad for University: Using Student Perspectives to Inform Design Educators around the world are using iPad to build dynamic learning experiences. Join Associate Professor Matthew Riddle, Director of Educational Development at La Trobe University, for a discussion on how iPad can best be used in university students’ daily learning.   Tuesday, 24 March at 6pm    

BRISBANE - To register, visit www.apple.com/au/brisbane  

Start Your Career in the Creative Industries: The creative industries offer a diverse range of career paths and opportunities. At this event, you’ll gain an insight into the vast array of creative paths that might suit you. Matthew Haynes, founder of Analogue Digital, will host a discussion with industry professionals who will share their insight and and take questions from the audience.  Tuesday, 24 February at 5:00 pm  

How to Turn Your Passion into a Business with Etsy: The Etsy marketplace connects people around the world, both online and offline, as they make, sell and buy unique items. Join us to hear Etsy seller Kirsten Devitt from Each to Own share her story of success and provide tips and tricks to transform your passion into a business. You’ll also learn how to create effective marketing materials in Pages and Keynote, and discover how to capture and edit photos with iPhone and iPad.  Wednesday, 4 March at 5:00 pm  

Student Showcase: SAE Institute If you’re interested in creative media, join up-and-coming local talent for our Student Showcase series. In this event, students from SAE Institute will present and discuss their graphic design and multimedia projects, and why they’re passionate about using technology to create. Friday, 6 March at 6:00 pm  

Transforming Learning in Higher Education with Digital Media: Discover how to add digital media devices to your classroom toolkit in this event for educators presented by Dr Shaun Nykvist, Apple Distinguished Educator and Senior Fellow and Lecturer at Queensland University of Technology. You’ll learn how to capture engaging images and video with iPhone and iPad to create powerful and evocative stories.  Tuesday, 10 March at 4:30pm

Student Showcase: Queensland Conservatorium If you’re interested in music, join up-and-coming local talent for our Student Showcase series. In this event, students from the Queensland Conservatorium will present and discuss their music performance and production projects, and why they’re passionate about technology in music. Friday, 20 March at 6:00 pm

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