Indigenous-settler reconciliation is not just an intention, or even an outcome, writes Nicky Lobo. It’s an ongoing creative process that will challenge, reveal and ultimately transform relationships.
Entries for the INDE.Awards close this Thursday, 31 March. Our Indesign editorial lead, Alice Blackwood, gives you the big deadlines and regales you with highlights of the past fortnight in design.
2022’s Australian Furniture Design Award goes to Ashley Eriksmoen, for her entry ‘The Dream, or: the view from here is both bleak and resplendent.’
Melbourne Design Fair opened last Wednesday and it’s an event not to be missed. We give you a run-down on what you can see – and collect, too.
An initiative of the National Gallery of Victoria in collaboration with the Melbourne Art Foundation, the inaugural Melbourne Design Fair runs from 16 – 20 March.
Once again Dale Hardiman and Mark Dineen are pushing the boundaries on product design and thinking big – in fact world-wide large!
We’re kicking off 2022 with a little reminder that there are some incredible events on the horizon. Take a look at the program from Melbourne Design Week 2022 and check out what’s on at the 23rd Sydney Biennale.
Melbourne Design Week is coming up again and expressions of interest are open. So if you’re a designer, educator or industry innovator, you better get cracking – submissions close September 23.
Melbourne Design Week 2021 comprises a provocative lineup of talks, exhibitions and more, centred around the topic ‘design the world you want’. Here’s our two cents on what events are not to be missed.
Melbourne Design Week returns in 2021 to explore the theme ‘Design the world you want’ and expressions of interest are open now until 9 September.
From Australia’s top furniture designers James Walsh has been given the 2020 Australian Furniture Design Award for his design, the Anthropic Bench.