Posts Tagged ‘redesign’
Posted in Models by Ferne Edwards on June 5th, 2009
The new Bindarri website will keep audiences informed of all the latest news and events relating to artists and designers working for positive change in Australia. The Bindarri website includes the largest online directory of Australian designers, as well as essential resources to assist others seeking to create positive outcomes.
The website showcases individuals and organisations which are leading in their creative fields in a number of special features which will be released bi-monthly. The first edition includes couture designer Rachael Cassar, photographer Rodney Dekker and artist Van Thanh Rudd, amongst others. The Bindarri team expect the project to grow rapidly once launched as it allows anyone the opportunity to add their own news and websites on the site.
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Posted in Models by Ferne Edwards on June 4th, 2009
Future Canvas has been developing some short films about “re-designing” everyday and sustainable lifestyles. They are continuing to develop their media expertise and would like to involve more people who wish to create change towards sustainability through media. Please contact Emily at Future Canvas if you are interested; emily.b.brodie@ futurecanvas.org. A major part of their media vision has been helped along thanks to the support of Open Channel.
Here are a couple of Future Canvas’s recent films produced and directed by Emily Ballantyne-Brodie and Abraham Heisler (a New Yorker / film maker living in Melbourne).
Film 1 Future Canvas Melbourne
Film 2 Flinders Street at 12pm
Posted in Seeking by Port Phillip on November 19th, 2008
Saturday November 15, 2008, The Age
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Environmental audit and design feasibility services for a more sustainable South Melbourne Market
EOI No. (1264)
Expressions of Interest are invited for an Opportunity to conduct a comprehensive environmental audit of the systems and design of the South Melbourne Market with the intention of then producing one or more feasibility studies for design solutions to improve upon each of the issues and opportunities identified to help make South Melbourne Market more environmentally friendly.
This is a unique chance for a suitable organisation to take an active role in the evolution of a Melbourne icon visited by over 3.1 million people every year and to improve upon what is currently Port Phillip’s single biggest consumer of water and electricity.