Line-up and final weeks to apply for Tractor Melbourne

Line-up and final weeks to apply for Tractor Melbourne


Design, Digital, Education

For three years the Tractor Industry courses have offered unparalleled exposure to senior creatives in the industry. Now available in Melbourne these part-time courses not only create an environment where aspiring designers get to work with and learn from some of Melbourne’s top industry figures, they also to create a variety of industry relevant projects for their portfolio.

The line-up:

Digital Design
James Noble of Carter Digital
Adam Morris of Thick
Tony Prysten of Igloo
Maarten Kleinsma of Reactive
Prudence Jones and Richard Stewart of DTDigital

Graphic Design
Jim Antonopoulos of Tank Branding
Mike Giesser of Studio Round
Michaela Webb of Studio Round
Ken Shadbolt of Push Collective
Atia Cader of Paper Stone Scissors
James Sterling of Designworks
David Lancashireof Lancashire Design

Closely mirroring the workplace the Tractor programs are studio based, fast paced and entirely practical. They also run part-time in the evenings leaving working hours for full-time work, freelance or play.

Applications close 24th March. Find out more at

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