The State of Design Festival is calling for Expressions of interest for their Design For Everyone program. EOI are invited using the 2009 Festival theme ‘Sampling the Future’. “The State of Design is Victoria’s peak design festival. Funded by the State Government of Victoria, this annual event covers cross-disciplinary design agendas relating to the profession […]
December 18th, 2008
The State of Design Festival is calling for Expressions of interest for their Design For Everyone program.
EOI are invited using the 2009 Festival theme ‘Sampling the Future’.
“The State of Design is Victoria’s peak design festival. Funded by the State Government of Victoria, this annual event covers cross-disciplinary design agendas relating to the profession of design and the marketplace.
Design For Everyone (DFE) is the Festival’s public and cultural program, which includes an inspirational schedule of exhibitions, installation and related events that aspire to provide a diversity and energy across metropolitan Melbourne and targeted regional centres.”
Dealine for submissions is Monday 16 February 2009, with email submissions preferred. Download the EOI PDF here (165KB).
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