Qantas supports the Spirit of Youth in Australia
November 28th, 2007
Thursday 29th November saw a creative crowd buzzing at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, awaiting the presentation of six awards for Australia’s brightest new stars.
High-profile SOYA mentors, including designer Peter Morrissey and MCA director Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, presented winners across the categories of Music, Photography, Moving Image, Visual Arts, Fashion and Industrial and Object Design. The winners in the respective categories were: Young & Restless, Joan Cameron-Smith, Dustin Feneley, Danielle Freakley, Ben Pollitt for Friedrich Gray and Emma Aiston.
The winners received $5000 in cash and $5000 in flights each from Qantas, and were able to meet the international icons that inspire and guide them.
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