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VCE Season of Excellence 2015

The VCE Season of Excellence presents works created by 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.

 
 
 
 
 
 

NEW! Applications for the Season of Excellence 2015 are now open.

Thank you for your interest in the Season of Excellence 2015. Please download the application form appropriate to your study:

Top Designs/Top Screen

Top Class Sound (pdf - 147.48kb)

Top Arts (pdf - 228.43kb)

Please refer to the form for details of application requirements and where to send your completed application.

Applications for 2015 close on 16 October 2014 for Top Arts, Top Class Sound and Food and Technology, Media, Product Design and Technology, Systems Engineering for Top Designs.

Applications for VCE VET interactive Digital Media for Top Designs close on 13 November 2014.

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

NEW! VCE Season of Excellence 2015: Top Designs Panels

Expressions of interest are sought for regional representatives for Top Designs Media Selection Panel and the Top Designs Food and Technology Selection Panel. Applicants must be currently teaching Units 3 and 4 of those subjects. The tenure of this position is two years, with an option for a further year. Sitting on these panels does not preclude your students from submitting applications to Top Designs.

Applications close on Wednesday 1 October 2014. Download forms here:

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: 15 September 2014