ARMEDIA teamed up with the Faculty of Education and Social Work to produce the support material for the Remote Indigenous Professional Development Project for the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia. We produced the PowerPoint and DVD packaging for the project, and the video interface for iPad and e-readers, as well as the 76-page resource, outlining all the benefits of the Framework for children’s services in remote areas. In line with ARMEDIA’s expansion into EPUB formats and publishing options for the future, we have also published the academic report of the project and is now available through Amazon.com
The 2012 Festival of Pacific Arts is being held in the Solomon Islands, between 1-14 July. The festival is held every four years since 1972, and brings together artists and cultural practitioners from around the Pacific region for two weeks of festivity. It is recognised as a major regional cultural event, and is the largest gathering in which Pacific peoples unite to enhance their respect for and appreciation of one another within the context of the changing Pacific.
The Australia Council was responsible for the Australian Delegation and ARMEDIA designed and produced the 24-page catalogue as part of the Festival. The catalogue, designed by Creative Director, Deborah Kelly, is a stunning publication and highlights all the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and performers attending the Festival.
The long wait is over! Our largest project in over a decade, The Shadowcatchers, was released on May 31, and launched at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. The Shadowcatchers is a 288-page large format book, and ARMEDIA designed, produced and managed the publication on behalf of the Australian Cinematography Society.
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