The Walan Mayinygu Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop Up Hub is a Charles Sturt University initiative that aims to nurture Indigenous businesses and emerging entrepreneurs across NSW by offering business workshops and masterclasses delivered by successful Indigenous entrepreneurs and business experts. The program also includes a youth component for school aged Indigenous students from Years 5-12. The pop […]
33 Creative was contracted to deliver the Closing the Gap report and animation for 2018. This involved developing a number of concepts, and working closely with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet to tight timelines to design a 128 page report, and accompanying animation.
33 Creative worked with the Sydney Peace Foundation in delivering a successful media campaign on the awarding of the 2017 Sydney Peace prize to the Black Lives Matter Global Network. The Sydney Peace Prize is Australia’s international Prize for Peace, awarded by the Sydney Peace Foundation at the University of Sydney with support from the […]
For the first time in Australia, the level of risk exposure and insurance coverage among Indigenous communities has been mapped by the nation’s largest general insurance company, Insurance Australia Group.
Indigenous Business Australia created was looking for the most effective ways to communicate and explain a new team to staff, clients and stakeholders.
The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network commissioned our team to design and produce a logo that would spearhead its new branding strategy.
33 Creative was contracted to deliver the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander component of the ‘Stop it at Start’ campaign.
The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence commissioned our work for communications, media management, AV packages and internal events.
AFTRS commissioned 33 Creative to develop a marketing and communications campaign for its newly established Indigenous Unit.
Our brief was to generate high-quality media coverage of approximately 60 Aboriginal and Torres Strait artists with a focus on Indigenous media.