Design and Production of Promotional Materials, Dinner Awards, Photography by Monica Mosmondor (Shanahan) -ACCI Business Leaders' Dinners
More than 40 young women lined up at the Siren Bar in Gungahlin on Wednesday night for the 2014 Westfield Face of Canberra Racing model search. Including Monica Shanahan who made it to the Heat 2 Finals, at the Siren Bar.
"I put in my submission as a fluke, and was pleased when they contacted me. It was a great experience, for my confidence and to do something fun and completely out of the box."
Each year prior to the running of the Seppelt Black Opal Stakes, the call for entrants to local ladies between the ages of 18-35 to take part in the judging process to find the right "face". From the forty-six entrants, organisers say they are looking for "someone with immaculate presentation, someone who is fashion savvy and willing to become Canberra Racing’s ambassador".
As the Westfield Face of Canberra Racing you will receive the VIP treatment with styling, modelling and public relations opportunities, access to exclusive events and an experience of a lifetime.
Prizes include $1,000 cash, a modelling portfolio from The Mark Agency, modelling training by Victoria’s Models and a beautiful crystal vase trophy. Most importantly, as the Westfield Face of Canberra Racing, you will be seen in all the right places. The Westfield Face of Canberra Racing will not only go on to enjoy prizes ranging from cosmetics to cash, but will also be the face of all Thoroughbred Park’s advertising material, posters, brochures, and website.
Westfield Canberra Racing competition is proudly sponsored by City News, OutInCanberra, Siren Bar & Restaurant and Zaija.
Monica Shanahan, Heat 2 Finals Siren Bar
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DESIGN Canberra 2015 is the capital’s most significant design event. Held for the first time in November 2014, the inaugural DESIGN Canberra festival drew 24,000 visitors to 101 events presented by 460 participants. This year’s festival will feature more than 750 participants involved in close to 70 activities held across 9 days.
DESIGN Canberra puts you in touch with the capital’s creative excellence. It shines a spotlight on the nation’s talent through an extensive program that sees designers and the public connect, create and collaborate. With a strong focus on accessibility and connecting with the public, many festival activities are free.
Running over two weekends, 21–29 November, this festival offers something for of all ages. The festival’s exciting program will unfold in dozens of locations across the city, including at cultural institutions, arts centres, museums, galleries, universities, design centres, studios, workshops and as well as popping up in the central civic area. DESIGN Canberra focuses on ground-breaking collaborations between educational and collecting institutions, artists, designers, architects, design associations, manufacturing and retail business at local, regional and national levels.
The festival is divided into five event streams: ACTivate pop-up projects in empty shopfronts, Capital of Culture design tours, DESIGN Buzz lecture series, Living Artist open studios and Exhibitions.
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