The inaugural AWARD Creative Festival is shaping up as an unmissable three days, with the calendar of events now announced. A provocative (and likely outrageous) session with Mona’s Robbie Brammall has just been added to the line-up.
Kicking off the festival will be one of the biggest and brightest celebrations of Australasian advertising creativity ever held. Past AWARD Hall of Fame inductees, and past and present AWARD Chairs and Committee members will join local and international creative luminaries at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art for a party to mark the brilliant work that four decades of AWARD Awards has delivered, and to induct new members into the AWARD Hall of Fame.
Tickets are selling fast so this is a must to include in your diary asap. As is this year’s new and improved 41st AWARD Awards ceremony, the culmination of the AWARD Creative Festival. It’s all about bringing back a bit of stature to award shows with a gala sit-down dinner – do not miss out!
In what’s sure to be one of the most intriguing – to say the least – gigs of the festival, Mona’s Robbie Brammall, Director of Marketing & Communications, will present “My boss fucking hates advertising and now I design dildos for a living”.
And as previously announced, creative legends/comic geniuses Gerry Graf and Jeff Goodby are set to go head-to-head to tackle the issue of ‘self-importance and the death of humor’, presented by Google. Graf, this year’s AWARD Awards Jury President, and Goodby, one of the world’s most formidable creatives, will take a look at the role comedy has played in their work and why we need to start having fun again. (Due to very limited availability, this is a ticketed event for members of The Communications Council and the Commercial Producers Council).
Get full details and secure your tickets before they sell out here.
Please note that the health and safety of all event attendees is paramount. AWARD is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and at this stage all events will go ahead.