AHRI the Australian Human Resources Institute contracted Microhire to provide all technical and creative production for HRIZON the 14th World Human Resources Congress Gala Dinner held Exhibition Halls 7, 8 ,9 & 10 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The amazing creative concept was designed by Microhire’s Creative Director Michael Davey based on famous artist Charles Billich’s Modern Australian Scenes the 1st time his artwork has been released for a private event. The prints were personally handpicked by Charles and projected onto three huge 20m wide screens and used for table decor.
Suspended above the centre stage was a massive circular truss and sharks tooth scrim used as a surface for a lighting design of landscape patterns and colours that represent our unique continent and complimented Charles artwork.
The centre truss was the show piece of the room and was used throughout the night including during the performances to provide stunning images of colour movement and pattern.
The entertainment on the night included a stunning performance from Jessica Mauboy and the renowned Jason Coleman Dance Troup.
Microhire was responsible for:
- Overall room creative design
- Technical and Creative Production Management
- Three huge 20x5m screens and projectors
- Table decor including print centre piece
- Screen content including video production
- All audio including for the band
- Design of two central stages
- Lighting design and installation
- Draping of the bays in black drapingSourcing stylish furniture suited to the theme
- All themeing
The client was ecstatic and the event was an outstanding success.