HONOURING DESIGN AND CREATIVITY IN MUSEUMS
I am delighted to present the third edition of the International Design & Communication Awards (IDCA). I created the awards in 2007 to celebrate excellent design and communication initiatives across the art world.
The IDCA awards assess communications, design and branding strategies within the arts and museum sphere. They also encourage art organisations to find original and inventive ways to communicate.
My wish is for the IDCA awards to provide a new networking forum for communications and design professionals. Open to cultural institutions across the world, the awards bring together the best international talent.
We have set up 10 different categories, taking into account various aspects of a visual communication and brand strategy. Winners are chosen by a jury of international experts.
Applications are open to museums and galleries, foundations, biennales, art centres and other visual arts organisations. Freelancers, advertising and design agencies can also enter under the name of the museum or institution they have worked for with their prior consent.
We will present the awards during Agenda’s 13th Communicating the Museum conference in Stockholm.
Managing Director of Agenda and founder of IDCA
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