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Runway Production Course 2012: Event Gallery
In the midst of our upcoming event, we’ve been running around frazzled making sure that you experience the best Mister Mode event yet!
From our humble beginnings as a uni project, it’s really hit us that for an incredible idea to take shape, an intense amount of work, passion, persistence and (trust us) a lot of planning has to take place. A whole lot of brainstorming (and hair-pulling) has to happen to smooth out the kinks, especially when it comes to organizing events because there’s always room for Plan B (and C, and D…and the list goes on).
But seeing collaborative ideas and efforts come to fruition has definitely been worth it all. From our first event up to now, the Mister Mode journey has definitely been a labour of love with intense lessons aligned.
Of course, learning through experience is crucial, and opportunities aren’t often aligned with timing (how we wished it worked that way!).
But what better way to experience the height of event organizing than a full-blown runway show?
After producing the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Mercedez-Benz Australian Fashion Week and a range of other highly-acclaimed events, the Runway Production School aims to educate, train and provide professional experience and connections to hungry individuals from all walks of life interested in the workings of backstage glamour (where the magic truly happens).
From the 27th to the 29th of July, learn about the inner workings of the fashion event industry- the different roles involved, employment within the field, and in-depth sessions on styling, hair & make-up, model casting, backstage management, set design, collection management and fashion PR.
Industry greats such as Daniel Pizzato (BOH Production Manager London Fashion Week), Mark Thompson (Artistic Events Manager Redken), Yolanda Finch (Head of Creative ad Designer Resources L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival) and a host of other guest stylists and designers will be speaking and imparting their amazing knowledge and experiences.
We love how this course is committed towards offering everyone the practical knowledge, experience and connections to people with the relevant know-how, all of which are crucial aspects to the runway production industry. On top of that, Australia’s leading public relations company AMPR will be awarding one lucky student of this 3-day course a PR internship in next year’s L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival. All of this, for the cost of $495.
Administered by the Event Gallery, The Runway Production Course will be held at The Textile and Fashion Hub, Kangan Institute – Building F, 85 Cremorne Street, Richmond.
For more info on the course, contact Ebony Hui at 03 9419 5558, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enrolments are currently being taken with limited spots available.
Editor: Gwenda Shim
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