This year Museums Australia and Interpretation Australia held a joint national conference at the new State Theatre Centre.
As part of the conference, Creative Spaces were involved in the design of the event logo, promotional material and signage. We also designed and installed our own unique trade show stand.
Not satisfied with the standard ‘shell scheme’ package, Amy and Brittney took the trade stand to a new, interactive level. The Interactive Wall design was inspired by the concept of re-purposing everyday items and materials into walls and furniture.
2000 project cards, 1400 sweets and 700 customised pencils were placed into hundreds of small boxes to then be placed into our ‘rent-a-fence’. The installation became a great conversation starter as we met conference goers throughout the week. Although a few were hesitant, once they realised it was all part of the ‘grand design’, they all left smiling with a box in hand.
Creative Spaces also took on the task of dressing the Heath Ledger Theatre stage. Warwick Fabrics generously donated some of their beautiful fabrics, chosen to compliment the conference logo. We sculpted the fabric around props to create an industrial style set whilst showcasing the colours in a textured flowing form.