The DIA presents Exhibiting your Designs, an industry panel featuring some of Australia’s emerging and leading designers. This panel provides attendees with practical tips and advice on how to effectively exhibit their designs, from creating an impactful exhibition concept to selecting the right materials and showcasing their work.
The panel is moderated by Claire Beale, a prominent designer, educator, and curator. It features a diverse range of experts from various fields, including exhibition design, curation, and marketing. The speakers will share their experiences and discuss best practices in design exhibition, covering topics such as audience engagement, spatial design, branding, and communication. The panel includes Marsha Golemac, Andy Kelly (Oigall Projects), Sandra Githinji, and Amanda Henderson (Gloss Creative).
In addition to the panel discussion, this event launches the new Exhibiting Your Designs Practice Note, a comprehensive guide to the principles and best practices of design exhibitions. The Practice Note is the result of collaboration between leading designers and curators, and it will be an invaluable resource for designers looking to effectively showcase their work. Attendees will have the opportunity to receive an advanced copy of the practice note and meet the experts behind its creation.
This is an excellent opportunity to network with peers in the industry and gain insights into the latest trends and practices in exhibition design.
This event takes place at Community Hall, a space to gather, connect and celebrate Melbourne’s diverse and creative communities, located in the heart of the Melbourne Now exhibition on the ground floor.