Top Designs 2011

An inspiring exhibition of VCE and VET Students

Past Event: 26 March 2011 to 26 June 2011

Top Designs

Don't miss this annual design exhibition of works produced by VCE and VET Students.

The VCAA (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority) and Melbourne Museum present Top Designs 2011.

See an exemplary exhibition of works produced by VCE Media, Design and Technology, Food and Technology, Systems Engineering, VCE VET Interactive Digital Media, and Visual Communication and Design students.

The exhibition not only features the final product, but also its development – see the students' folios, work briefs, production plans, client feedback and evaluation, storyboards, scripts and design plans.

Top Designs 2011 includes furniture, fashion, graphic and product design, film, print layout, photography, animation, food product planning, websites and mechanical and electronic projects.

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Sophie Thomas 21 June, 2011 20:23
I was just wondering if you were going to post the power point used in the visual communication and design speeches online? You did it last year and it's really helpful to have that information.
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Discovery Centre 16 July, 2011 11:23

Hi Sophie - Thanks for your query about whether we will be posting the power point used in the Top Designs Visual Communication and Design forums online. The answer is we certainly will be! Please check the Education Resources page of the Top Designs website website at the following address for the posting.

Ashley Clinch 27 April, 2011 15:45
Is it possible to see the Top designs exhibition after the close date? I am due with a group of students in melbourne on the morning of the 27th. Will the exhibition still be able to accomodate us?
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Trent Davies 22 February, 2011 23:11
Is the 26th of March the opening night? If so do I pay at the door or would I have to pre-book? I also know one of the people who got into Top Designs and would be going up to the museum with them. So would I be able to go in with them or will they be going in separately? Thanks.
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