The Studio at SCA, in collaboration with Alkira and Publicis Worldwide, have been named a finalist in the 2020 Mumbrella Awards for a media-first voice skill created for the Queensland Eye Institute Foundation’s (QEIF) fundraising art exhibition Last Seen.
Earlier this year, Last Seen won the ‘Apps, Mobile and Voice – Education and Reference’ category of the prestigious Webby Awards.
The Mumbrella Awards will take place as a virtual event on 8 October 2020 and will be hosted by SCA’s Hit Network national nights host Ash London.
SCA National Head of Radio Sales, Nikki Rooke, said: “It’s fantastic to see this innovative audio idea recognised once again, this time as a finalist at the Mumbrella Awards. As technology evolves, audio’s capability is increasing to include world-class ideas like this one. Using voice and audio to enhance an art exhibition has never been done before in Australia. We’re very proud of the idea and the outcome.”
SCA National Head of Creativity – The Studio at SCA, Matt Dickson, said: At The Studio at SCA, we’re committed to award winning audio creativity and insight led ideation. To be recognised as a finalist in the Mumbrella Awards is an honour and shows how versatile audio can be at solving client challenges. The fact that this project was a collaborative effort with Alkira and Publicis Brisbane makes the nomination even more satisfying.”
Last Seen is a finalist in the ”Best Use of User Experience” category alongside four other