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STRARTA Art Fair Talks for Friday 11th October 2013

Christine Miller 3 2012
Friday 11th October 15:00 Christine Miller
The accomplished author, poet, business consultant and public speaker talks about ‘The Art of Love’. Christine Miller
An informative and entertaining public speaker, Christine has delivered over 500 workshops and talks to international audiences from 20 to 2,000 on a range of topics within the personal and business growth subject area including The Power of Thought, Understanding the Human Brain and Breakthrough to Success.

Christine is researching and writing a book on organisational change and has recently completed over 60 interviews with key global leaders where she has gained deep insights into the current thinking on what is required for more sustainable and values based organisations to thrive in changing times.

The visionary Founder Editor of ReSource, a leading intelligence provider in business and personal growth, Christine enjoys a privileged role sharing thoughts with world leaders in the fields of current affairs, business, social and personal education. An Author, Business Consultant, Executive Coach, Mentor, Speaker and published Poet, Christine focuses on developing people’s leadership, spirit and untapped potential.

Christian Kyriacou (2)
17:30 Christian Kyriacou
The ‘House Whisperer’ discusses Art Dynamics and the Blueprints of Life: Symbolism of Art, Sculpture and Furniture.

??Christian Kyriacou RIBA MCSD is The House Whisperer, working with people to enable them to understand and feel the correlation between their ‘inner home’ and the external home in which they live. He embodies a unique blend of Scientific and Esoteric skills, fusing these disciplines to enhance buildings and people’s lives.

He is an Architect, Philosopher, Writer, Architectural & Environmental Psychologist, Interior Designer, Composer, Musician, Feng Shui / Vastu and Geomancy Consultant. He has worked with many modalities of Oriental Philosophies, Meditation, Sanskrit, Sacred Sound, Harmonic Resonance and Sacred Geometry.

He has run his own professional Architectural and Interior Design practice since 1970, designing major public projects, airport interiors, residential, restaurants and educational premises. He is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Chartered Society of Designers, International Feng Shui Guild (Red Ribbon) and the Performing Rights Society and has appeared on international TV and radio.
Professor Richard Weston at his home near Cardiff. Photo Rick Pushinsky.
19:00 Professor Richard Weston
The Professor of Architecture and star of BBC2’s Britain’s Next Big Thing contemplates ‘The Art of Nature’.

Richard Weston Professor of Architecture, author, inventor, designer, star of BBC2’s Britain’s Next Big Thing, Richard Weston is also the man who dedicated years of his leisure time creating the world’s largest collection of highly magnified scanned images of the “insides” of rocks and minerals.

Richard featured in the BBC2 series, Britain’s Next Big Thing, presented by Theo Paphitis of Dragon’s Den fame, which charted his progress culminating in the images becoming a top selling scarves collection at Liberty of London.
Richard is a highly regarded academic who is setting up a new foundation that will encourage a greater understanding of nature. He is the author of several books including Formations: Images from Rocks, published by Deukalion Press. He also authored Alvar Aalto (winner of the 1995 Sir Banister Fletcher Prize): Modernism: Materials, Form and Architecture and Utzon, the first authorised account of the work of the architect of Sydney Opera House.




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