Victorian Design Challenge 2019: Waste Challenge

The Victorian Design Challenge invites design professionals and students to use their creativity to tackle one of the great challenges of our time – waste.

The challenge aims to inspire impactful and implementable solutions that demonstrate the value of design and creativity to the creation of a better future.

Enter the challenge and propose how you can help drive meaningful change to reduce, recover or eliminate waste.

The challenge is a two-stage competition with Round One being an open, anonymous call for submissions. Designs from each category will be shortlisted by a jury of industry experts including editor of green magazine, Tamsin O’Neill and chaired by Craig Reucassel from the ABC’s War on Waste. In Round Two, shortlisted teams will be invited to pitch their design ideas to a live audience at the National Gallery of Victoria during Melbourne Design Week on Tuesday 19 March 2019.

The Victorian Design Challenge is presented by the National Gallery of Victoria in partnership with Creative Victoria. Melbourne Design Week and the Victorian Design Program are initiatives of the Victorian Government. Supported by DIA.

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