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International Design & Communication Awards – and the winner is …

Agenda is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s International Design & Communication Awards – the world’s leading prize for creativity and innovation for cultural organisations.

The shortlist was announced on 29 September 2014. Entries were received from 17 different countries, including the USA, Australia,  Singapore, Turkey and Palestine. The full list of participants is available on www.idca-awards.com. This was a very competitive year and the jury was impressed with the quality and creativity presented in the works entered. 

The results were announced on Friday 7 November at the Art Gallery of New South Wales during the 14th edition of the Communicating the Museum conference. The ceremony was followed by a cocktail reception at the Australian National Maritime Museum. The finalists projects were showcased at The Mint, Sydney Living Museums, 4-7 November 2014.

BEST BRANDING CAMPAIGN 

WINNER:
THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING – UK

Silver: Kröller-Müller Museum by Edenspiekermann –  The Netherlands
Bronze: Sydney Living Museums – Australia

BEST LOGO 

WINNER:
THE PALESTINIAN MUSEUM – Palestine
Silver: The Museum of Everything – UK
Bronze: Musée de la Civilisation du Quebec by lg2 boutique – Canada

BEST SCENOGRAPHY FOR A TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

 WINNER:
TING AT NORSK TEKNISK MUSEUM BY RALPH APPELBAUM ASSOCIATES – Norway
Silver: Cai Guo-Qiang: Falling back to Earth at QAGOMA – Australia
Bronze: Jeu Video at Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie by Projectiles – France

BEST SCENOGRAPHY FOR A PERMANENT COLLECTION

 WINNER:
WONDER ROOMS AT GEMEENTEMUSEUM BY KOSSMANN DEJONG – The Netherlands
Silver: The Danish National Maritime Museum by Kossmann Dejong – Denmark
Bronze: First Peoples at Museum Victoria – Australia

BEST TEMPORARY EXHIBITION COMMUNICATIONS 

WINNER:
ART BY CHANCE AT BONNIERS KONSTHALL – Sweden
Silver: Exhibition #5 at The Museum of Everything – UK
Bronze: Artist Colony: Drawing Sydney’s Nature at The State Library of New South Wales – Australia

BEST APP

 WINNER:
TOUCH VAN GOGH BY THE VAN GOGH MUSEUM – The Netherlands
Joint Bronze: Float by the Ian Potter Museum of Art – University of Melbourne – Australia
Joint Bronze: Kunsporten by Making Waves AS – Norway

BEST WEBSITE 

WINNER:
THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING – UK
Silver: Sydney Living Museums, Australia
Bronze: Seattle Art Museum by Hornall Anderson – USA

BEST YOUNG AUDIENCE CAMPAIGN

 WINNER:
ARCHEOPARK AT MARDIN MUSEUM – Turkey


Silver: GeNext at the Museum of Contemporary Art – Australia
Bronze: Chemcrafter App by Chemical Heritage Foundation – USA

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