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HONOURING CREATIVE EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN AND COMMUNICATION WITHIN THE MUSEUM AND ART WORLD

I created the International Design and Communication Awards (IDCA) in 2007 to celebrate excellent design and communication initiatives across the art world.

The IDCA awards assess communications, design and branding strategies within the art world and museum sphere. They also encourage art organisations to find original and inventive ways to communicate.

Our wish is to provide a new networking forum for communications and design professionals and to increase awareness on how museums, art institutions and galleries use design to communicate.

The IDCA awards encompass 6 different categories, taking into account various aspects of a visual communication and brand strategy. The winners were chosen based on a result of discussions and deliberations by a jury of experts and professionals highly recognized in their fields.

The Awards ceremony took place in Los Angeles on 8 November 2017 during Agenda’s 19th Communicating the Museum conference.

Sincerely
Corinne Estrada
CEO of Agenda and Founder of IDCA

 

The IDCA awards are presented by Paris-based cultural communications agency, Agenda.

 

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