The Victorian Government’s State of Design Festival is a key element of the Design VIctoria Strategy developed to increase the awareness of the value of design. The festival will be held 13-25 July 2010 throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria, offering a cross-disciplinary design agenda relating to the design profession and the marketplace. The State of […]
January 6th, 2010
The Victorian Government’s State of Design Festival is a key element of the Design VIctoria Strategy developed to increase the awareness of the value of design.
The festival will be held 13-25 July 2010 throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria, offering a cross-disciplinary design agenda relating to the design profession and the marketplace.
The State of Design Festival is seeking a highly motivaated individual to manage the Festival’s key programs and exhibitions. For more information on the role and to apply, visit their site.
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