The Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards (SOYA) are now a year-round initiative with the introduction of a brand-new format, which sees submission dates across separate categories spread out across the year. Australians aged 30 and under are invited to submit their work across 11 creative fields for the chance to win $5000 cash, a 12-month […]
February 14th, 2012
The Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards (SOYA) are now a year-round initiative with the introduction of a brand-new format, which sees submission dates across separate categories spread out across the year.
Australians aged 30 and under are invited to submit their work across 11 creative fields for the chance to win $5000 cash, a 12-month mentorship opportunity and a trip to a leading industry event in a relevant field.
Vince Frost, Marc Newson and Brian Zulaikha are among the mentors confirmed to take part in the program this year, and London Fashion Week, the London Design Festival and World Architecture Festival are on the lineup of design destinations.
For 8 years, SOYA has been unearthing and nurturing talent and providing new opportunities for Australian creatives. Don’t miss your chance to take part in this exciting initiative – submit your work today!
Closing dates for applications by category are as follows:
Visual Design & Communications
Friday 2 March
Film & Video
Friday 30 March
Friday 4 May
Friday 1 June
Craft and Object Design
Friday 6 July
Friday 3 August
Architecture & Interior Design
Friday 7 September
Friday 5 October
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