All The Winners From Museums Australia Publication Design Awards

All The Winners From Museums Australia Publication Design Awards
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The Museums Australia Publication Design Awards were held recently  to celebrate excellence and quality in design of publications and multimedia produced for the museums sector.

A stack of Aussies came away with prizes, including Newcastle based creative agency, Headjam, who won and was highly commended in four of eleven categories.

Of all the awards, including categories such as children’s books, exhibition branding package, catalogues, websites and magazines, the winners were:

WINNER INVITATION B David Bowie Is, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Danny Jacobsen & Felicity Hayward (ACMI Design)

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WINNER EXHIBITION BRANDING PACKAGE B Julian Rosefeldt Manifesto, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Felicity Hayward (ACMI Design)

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WINNER POSTER B Julian Rosefeldt Manifesto Australian Centre for the Moving Image Felicity Hayward (ACMI Design)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED POSTER B Jim Henson: Muppets Music & Magic, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Felicity Hayward (ACMI Design)

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WINNER INVITATION B Shackleton: Escape from Antarctica, Australian National Maritime Museum, Heidi Riederer (Australian National Maritime Museum)

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WINNER EXHIBITION BRANDING PACKAGE B, AWM First World War Gallery, Australian War Memorial, Tara Nikolin, Katherine Johnson and Ian Wingrove

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HIGHLY COMMENDED MAGAZINE B Bulletin (B.179, B.180, B.181, B.182), Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, Art direction: Aaron Beehre Editorial design: Ilam School of Fine Arts Graphic Design Department

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WINNER EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (SMALL) A, Executed in Franklin Street, Melbourne City Gallery, Stephen Banham (Letterbox)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED POSTER A Erica van Zon: Dogwood Days, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Karina McLeod (Dunedin Public Art Gallery)

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WINNER EXHIBITION BRANDING PACKAGE A Private Utopia, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Karina McLeod (Dunedin Public Art Gallery)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (MAJOR) A Seung Yul Oh: MOAMOA, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Karina McLeod (Dunedin Public Art Gallery)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (SMALL) A Brett McMahon – Hidden Nature, The Lock-Up, Sarah Cook, Sara Spence & Jaime Pritchard (Headjam)

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WINNER EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (MAJOR) B Grayson Perry: My Pretty Little Art Career, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Claire Orrell (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia)

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WINNER INVITATION A Just Paper, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Clare Hodgins (Maitland Regional Art Gallery)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (MAJOR) B Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei, National Gallery of Victoria , Dirk Hiscock (National Gallery of Victoria)

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WINNER CHILDREN’S BOOK B Andy Warhol | Ai Weiwei: An Art Book for Kids, National Gallery of Victoria, Cally Bennett (NGV)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION BRANDING PACKAGE B Portraits of the Famous and Infamous: Rex nan Kivell collection, National Library of Australia, Isobel Trundle (National Library of Australia)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (SMALL) B All the Fall: Sacrifice, Life and Loss in the First World War, National Portrait Gallery, Brett Wiencke (National Portrait Gallery)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED MAGAZINE B Portrait Magazine (48, 49, 50, 51), National Portrait Gallery, Brett Wiencke (National Portrait Gallery)

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WINNER EXHIBITION BRANDING A This is Not Art 2015, Octapod, Jaime Pritchard & Josh Bruce (Headjam)

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WINNER MULTIMEDIA A This is Not Art 2015 App Octapod, Jaime Pritchard & Josh Bruce (Headjam

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HIGHLY COMMENDED MULTIMEDIA A This is Not Art 2015 Promotional Video, Octapod, Jaime Pritchard & Josh Bruce (Headjam)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED CHILDREN’S BOOK B Draw, Make, Create, QAGOMA, Stella Danalis (QAGOMA)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (MAJOR) B David Lynch – Between Two Worlds, QAGOMA, Sarah Ballard (QAGOMA)

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WINNER BOOK A Geoff Wilson: Interrogated Landscape, Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, Sandra Elms (Sandra Elms Design)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (MAJOR) A Go East: The Gene & Brian Sherman Contemporary Asian Art Collection, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Mark Gowing (Mark Gowing Studio)

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WINNER MAGAZINE B SL Magazine, State Library of NSW, Anna Cointrel, Simon Leong & Marianne Hawke (State Library of NSW)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (SMALL) B What a Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott, State Library of NSW, Simon Leong (State Library of NSW)

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WINNER EXHIBITION CATALOGUE (MAJOR) A Unstuck in Time, Te Tuhi, Kalee Jackson (Studio Kalee Jackson)

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WINNER PROGRAM WEBSITE B Action Stations, Australian National Maritime Museum, Aspect Digital

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WINNER INSTITUTION WEBSITE A Bundanon Trust Website, Bundanon Trust, Boccalatte & Interaction Consortium

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WINNER INSTITUTION WEBSITE B Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu Website, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, Matt Arnold & Tim Kelleher (Sons & Co.)

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WINNER PROGRAM WEBSITE A GLASS: art design architecture, JamFactory, Cristina Douglas (Canvas Group)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED PROGRAM WEBSITE A Be Consumed, JamFactory, Cristina Douglas (Canvas Group)

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HIGHLY COMMENDED PROGRAM WEBSITE B Culture Victoria, Culture Victoria & Carter Digital

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The Museums Australia Publication Design Awards (MAPDA) were first held in 1994 in Perth, Western Australia. The awards were established to celebrate excellence and quality in design of publications and multimedia produced for the museums sector across Australia and New Zealand.

The MAPDAs are open to all non-commercial museums, galleries, zoos, botanical gardens, historical societies, libraries, keeping places, science centres and other cultural organisations.

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