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Drink, dine, design: emerging designer award

Designers have the chance to win the $3,000 Drink, Dine Design Emerging Designer Award 2015 by coming up with an innovate idea that enhances the experience of drinking wine and consuming food.

The annual competition is run by JamFactory in Adelaide, a not-for-profit organization that runs galleries, studios and shops.

Entries can be furniture, textiles and fashion (napery or staff uniforms), menus, tableware, glassware, utensils and lighting.

The award is open to any designer who has completed a design training or study program in South Australia in the last five years, or who is currently completing one.

The 2014 winner was Angela Giuliani, who designed the Dressed to Digest series of lapel pins for hospitality staff featuring tiny kitchen utensils.

Entries close on 5 September 2015.

To learn more, click here. To view the application form, click here.

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