Isobar Melbourne celebrated its sixth annual Art Exhibition last Friday, inviting staff from across the agency to flex their creative muscle and submit an artwork based on the theme ‘Oh, the places you’ll go’.
Guests on the night included a mix of past and present employees as well as clients, with over 50 entries including a mix of paintings, illustrations, prints, stencils, sculptures, embroidery, poetry, culinary art, light and projection installations.
Mathew Dodos won the coveted Judges Choice award, while Beau Munari won the Noobie award and Tom Kearney took out the People’s Choice award.
$500 was raised on the night and most of the work will be up for auction for the week after the exhibition, with all proceeds going to Isobar’s client – Save The Children Australia.
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