Creating meaningful experiences
Enjoy a selection of our events and projects
Transformation: Action on Equity Symposium
JT. Production Management helped deliver a two-day symposium hosted by Parlour and the Melbourne School of Design.
This event brought together international and Australian speakers, researchers, professionals and activists to transform the way we think about equity in the built environment professions.
University of Melbourne's Careers Fairs
Since March 2018, JT. Production Management has worked every year since with the University of Melbourne to deliver their annual Careers Fairs.
The two-day event consists of three fairs for Business and Consulting, All Degrees and STEM.
With over 80 exhibitors attending from various industries and disciplines, students have the chance to meet their potential employers such as CommBank, L'Oréal, Mirvac and Telstra to advance their networking skills and discover graduate opportunities.
Due West Arts Festival
Taking on the exciting opportunity to manage the Due West Arts Festival, presented by the Footscray Community Arts Centre.
Melbourne's western suburbs were buzzing with activities with over 60 performances, events, installations, films, and more during the ten days. The works included Footscray by Night, THICKWAVE x Hear Footscray, Bukjeh and Resistance Transmission, featuring different artists and cultures from the community.
FunFlight 10 Years for 10,000 Kids
FunFlight hosted eight community events across Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia.
They offered free joy rides to children who are facing adversity. These children and their families have the opportunity to take a break from their everyday troubles and create special memories with their loved ones. Since it started in 2007, FunFlight has flown over 12,000 passengers nationally.
To make these events happen, JTPM are responsible for coordinate with the national organisations, working with volunteered pilots and aero clubs who volunteer their time and planes in order to create such a successful event. Families in which who attended the event also participated in other activities that the aero clubs help organise such as face painting, sausage sizzle and plane simulations.
Scholarship Award Ceremony
JT. Production Management has worked with Western Chances to deliver its annual Scholarship Award Ceremony for eight years. Held every year in March at Deakin Edge in Federation Square. The night is opened by significant speakers, including the Lord Mayor Sally Capp and Minister for Education James Merlino MP. On average, the ceremony would recognise over 90 young people who received certificates for excellence in their various fields.
In 2019, WalkWest was the biggest one yet, with over 1,200 participants in the 2k, 5km or 10km walk/run. Attendees were able to return to a 'WalkWest Village' which included fun activities including a jumping castle, face painting, Victoria University massage zone and visits from the Western Bulldogs mascot and Star Wars Storm Troopers. The day wrapped up with a fundraising announcement of $97,300.
Learning on the Edge
JTPM was engaged in providing creative direction and production management of the inaugural 'Learning on the Edge', a two-day festival hosted by Victoria University. The program contained over 15 unique events offering opportunities for learning and knowledge-exchange. Whether it was a science show, a comic debate, street festival or conversations in the dark, the community experienced something unique and new.
CDC Hybrid Bus Launch
Proudly produced by JT. Production Management, the much-anticipated Hybrid Bus Launch for CDC Victoria, had taken place in June 2019. The event opened with speeches by Nicholas Yap, CEO of CDC Victoria, followed by the Hon. Melissa Horne MP, Minister for Public Transport, and David Mead, Volvo Bus Corporation Vice President of Asia Pacific.
The launch included an exciting bus reveal, and guests had the opportunity to take a quick tour to experience the comfort and innovation of hybrid technology for themselves.
International Conference of Student Voice, Agency and Partnerships
JT. Production Management concluded 2019 with the Student Voice, Agency, and Partnerships: International Conference spanning over three days in December.
The conference workshops and discussions were facilitated by teachers, policymakers, researchers and academics, and primary and high school students. These young people shared their experiences on the benefits of student voice and agency within schools and strategies to increase this in the future.
Melbourne's Great Architectural Baking Competition
Engaged to creatively design an activation and competition that would attract attendees to the University of Melbourne’s (UoM) Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. A challenge accepted, JTPM produced the very first Melbourne’s Great Architectural Baking Competition.
The competition was hosted at the university’s Open Day as part of the BE-150 program, celebrating 150 years of Built Environment education.
With the theme ‘Batter, Bake & Build’ there were 30 cake design entries received from architects, bakers, graphic designers, UoM staff, students and alumni.
Teamed up with the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences (FVAS), JT. Production Management curated the annual Dookie Day for the Shepparton and Goulburn Valley community.
Each year, a new theme is designed and the campus was divided into multiple precincts for future students and members of the public to learn and participate. For 2019 the precincts included activities that focused on the theme Planting seeds today for tomorrow. Each zone or activation was designed to highlight the critical research and education that is taking place and the impact it has on the future of agricultural sustainability.
Northern Business Achievement Award Breakfast
Every year, The Northern Business Achievement Awards (NBAA) are held quarterly as breakfasts with over 200 guests in attendance. The events celebrate the business excellence of local organisations within the Northern region. Each breakfast would include a keynote speaker relevant to the time and on some occasions, has included unique performances such as comedian Denise Scott, who shared her stories of growing up in the neighbourhood.
Pacific Rim Real Estate Conference
The annual PRRES Conference is the signature event for the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society and has achieved a rating with the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) initiative. Each PRRES conference includes presentations from Australian and international speakers at the forefront of research and policy-making and brings together a multi-disciplinary group of leading property researchers from the Pacific Rim region and beyond.
The conference includes multiple parallel sessions, keynote and panel presentations, an Annual General Meeting, casual evening events and a conference dinner.
Melbourne School of Engineering Community Excellence Awards
Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) held its annual Celebration Event, which recognises those nominated for the Community Excellence Award. The night commemorated MSE's community members, including students, academics, and professional staff who have made contributions to the university's life.
JT. Production Management has been managing the awards and celebration event for the past four years. Each delivered in a different format, transforming the Glyn Davis Building's basement foyer into a cocktail function, fit out with a stage, bar tables and DJ. Staff and students came together to enjoy a vibrant evening of canapés, drinks and live music.
The Venny Fundraising Lunch with
The Hon Julia Gillard AC
JT. Production Management was proud to work with The Venny to host their first fundraising luncheon with special guest the Honourable Julia Gillard AC.
The Venny is a communal backyard located in Kensington that provides children aged 5-16 to find friendship, adult support and fun. The guests who attended the luncheon helped support Venny's endeavour in funding a new full-time therapeutic support worker.
JTPM was engaged in delivering the flagship's BE-150 Gala for the University of Melbourne, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the National Gallery of Victoria. The night celebrated the rich history of faculty over the last 150 years, and its impact will continue to have on the future of the built environment.
Architects, design professionals, alumni, staff, and friends of the university were treated to an evening of fine dining hosted by MC Tim Ross, music by anon and Reverend Funk, and a comedian Sue's performance Ingleton, alumni of the Melbourne School of Design.
Endeavour Exhibition: Engineering & IT for the Future
The Endeavour Exhibition is the flagship event for the University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Engineering. It is an opportunity to showcase final year engineering and IT Masters student projects.
On average over 1,800 guests this exhibition including University staff, students, industry guests and members of the public who would visit the 150 exhibitors on display offering innovative solutions to modern day problems.
The day concludes with an Awards Night to celebrate the students’ hard work, and to present prizes for the Best Project, Industry and People’s Choice Awards.
Good Business Forum
As proud supporters of Western Chance, JT. Production Management has been organising the Good Business Forum since its inception. The event is Western Chances' flagship fundraising event, bringing like-minded people together who are interested in the business of doing good.
Attendees are treated with lunch, networking and speeches from various keynote speakers, including journalist Virginia Trioli and Western Chances recipients. As a Western Chances Ambassador and Alumni, Julia Truong, JTPM's Creative Director, has been emcee the luncheon for the past two years.
Over $80,000 has been raised at this event annually, which provides life-changing opportunities and scholarships to talented and motivated young people in Melbourne's West to pursue their dreams and goals.
Indigenous Graduate Gala Dinner
The Indigenous Graduate Gala Dinner took place at Rydges on Swanston. Aunty Di Kerr hosted a smoking ceremony to kick off the evening officially. The night was a plethora of entertainment and festivity, celebrating around 50 indigenous graduates across 2016 and 2017. The evening featured Culture Evolves and Neil Morris, and inspiring speeches by guest Prof Marcia Langton and Alumna Speaker, Dr Misty Jenkins.
What our clients say
JT. Production Management's team was instrumental in making our depot grand opening a huge success. They were pivotal in the planning and implementation of the event and were a dream to work with. Highly recommended! 5 Stars!
Marketing and Communications Manager
JT. Production Management has become a part of the Melbourne School of Design family. They have delivered both small and large-scale events and bring a quality to our public program that our visitors love. The JT team is always professional, patient, creative and just a pleasure to work with.
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Melbourne School of Design and Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning