Perhaps the most inclusive and innovative MPavilion program to date is determined to bring design to the people. Introducing a new regional focus as well as dedicated sessions for littlies, parents and older citizens.
The Make Nice Un-Conference For Creative Women was created by Ngaio Parr last year – and returns 22-23 September 2017 – to provide a platform for all female-identifying creatives to communicate, collaborate, and inspire one another.
A dazzling collection of the iconic couturier’s most detailed work, along with select pieces by former creative director Raf Simons, is open to the public at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Parrtjima Festival returns to Alice Springs’ MacDonnell Ranges in 2017 in an exposé of high-tech audio and visuals to convey art from Central Australia’s best.
One of the largest Australasian art events returns in 2017 with its most exhaustive program to date to explore art – in every sense of the word.
That’s a Wrap! Sydney Indesign 2017 is done and dusted – but we don’t need to tell you that, you were there. Pics or it didn’t happen? Don’t worry, there are plenty.
Surrounded by this city’s most intense industrial developments, and engirt by juggernaut local and international design brands, The Alex was a small oasis of innovation and cutting-edge design thinking.
#SID17 is an absolute immersion in Australian architecture and design. And, year-on-year it proves why the entire global design industry needs to get together and present their R&D to push us all forward.
We talked the talk at Sydney Indesign this year and boy did we walk the walk. This years’ Habitus, Design Hunter® Seminar Series was a succession of poignant discussions between well-researched and highly informed industry grandees. Here’s what you may have missed.
Walking down Danks street, Waterloo seemed like it was the centre of all things fine, delicate and oh-so-fancy! Whether it’s the best in high-quality oak, enviable bathroom fitouts, or even just the indulgence of contemporary European furniture, SID17’s Waterloo precinct spoke to our dreams, desires and aspirations.
How will future generations perceive the art of our times? This question forms the core of Future Eaters – an exhibition at the Monash University Museum of Arts curated by Charlotte Day.