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VCE Season of Excellence 2016

The VCE Season of Excellence presents works created b​y VCE students in design, technology, multimedia and the cinematic, visual and performing arts through exhibitions, screenings and performances supported by education talks, forums and panel discussions, catalogues, programs and online material.

 
 
 
 
 
 

More information about the VCE Season of Excellence.

ON SALE NOW: Top Designs 2015 Catalogues and Top Screen 2015 DVDs.

To purchase Top Designs Catalogues, Top Acts and Top Screen DVDs from previous years please complete and return the following form VCE Season of Excellence Order Form (pdf - 71.02kb).

NEW!

Applications are now open for the VCE Season of Excellence 2016.

Top Designs (Applications due by 5:00 pm, Thursday 15 October 2015):

Top Designs (Applications due by 5:00 pm, Thursday 12 November 2015):

StArt Up: Top Arts (Applications due by 5:00 pm, Thursday 15 October 2015):

Top Class Sound (Applications due by 5:00 pm, Thursday 15 October 2015):

Please download the appropriate application form above. Submission details are included within the forms.

Please note: applications need to be date stamped on or prior to due date to be accepted. Please refer to FAQs for further details. 

 

NEW!

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are now open for Season of Excellence panel members for 2016.

Regional:

General:

Please download the appropriate EOI form above. Submission details are included within the forms.

Applications are due by Friday 28 August 2015.

Find out what some students have gained from being a part of Top Designs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Copyright requirements for making applications to Top Designs, Top Screen and Top Arts

Students are advised that if they wish to submit work to VCE Season of Excellence events they should be aware of the copyright requirements covering work submitted.

 

Wheelchair icon Venue and Program Accessibility
We aim to make Season events more accessible to people with disabilities, their carers and families and other specifically targeted groups, which may include the frail aged, people who are blind or have low vision and the deaf and hard of hearing.

 

 

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Last Update: 19 August 2015