Queensland College of Art Design graduate Rachele Andrews was recently announced the winner of the 2020 Design Institute of Australia Queensland Visual Communication Graduate of the Year. Rachele was awarded for works including: ‘Children of a Welcoming Australia‘, an educational workbook for children raising awareness about refugees and Australia’s multicultural society; a plant management app […]
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