Creative showcase inspires the next generation

Attendees looking at student work

Eight disciplines, 12 award winners, and 400 attendees.

Creative Arts, Media and Design held their annual Murdoch Open Showcase, known as MESH. This year’s theme ‘What’s in Store’ paid homage to the past, present and future of creative media at Murdoch. Guests were invited to browse work from students across the year including photography, graphic design, games art and design, screen, strategic communication, sound, and theatre as they transition between academic study and professional creative practice. 

Guests browsing the displays

High school award winners

The night was also host to the annual MESH Awards which recognises Year 10 and 11 high school students for excellence in areas of media. Congratulations to the following students for another year of amazing submissions, and a special mention to Isabelle Rogers who took out the Golden MESH Award for the most outstanding submission across all categories.
  • Isabelle Rogers – Film
  • Poppy Treloar – Film
  • Lucy Wiese – Film
  • Jacinta Wilson – Concept Art
  • Annelies Day – Photography

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Isabelle Rogers receiving her award for her short film, Shiz

University award winners

Current Murdoch students who excelled in their chosen areas were also recognised on the night. Congratulations to the following students who were awarded most outstanding in their creative practice. 

  • Millie Reynolds – Strategic Communications
  • Cathryn Jupp – Photography
  • Sharmaine Adaza – Graphic Design
  • Brendan Miskelly – Screen
  • Jayden Kern – Sound
  • Daniel Creusot – Games Art & Design
  • Jenny Stampalia – Creative Writing
  • Cassandra Power – Theatre

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17 Dec 2019

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