Wolfeboro, NH – Stark Creative has taken Gold in the 2020 MUSE Creative Awards competition. The winning work was created by Yvonne Lauzière for Castle in the Clouds, in the Experiential and Immersive category for the gallery show “The Shoes That Built the Castle.” The curating and writing was crafted by the Castle’s curator, Robin Sherman.
The MUSE Creative Awards is an international competition catering to professionals from the creative and design industries who help foster new horizons for their industries. Under the administration of the International Awards Associate (IAA), the awards are judged by a panel of professionals, who have received accolades in international settings. IAA oversees awards and recognition programs, assembles judging panels, and sets rigorous standards for the competition.
“I am honored to receive this award. It is an even greater honor to be able to work with such wonderful organizations such as Castle in the Clouds,” says Lauzière. “Special thanks goes to Robin Sherman for her talented writing and curation, and to my associates for having the generosity to nominate me.”
With submissions numbering up to 4618 and submitted from more than 57 countries, all entries were evaluated based on their respective industry’s standards. During blind judging, panelists look at factors such as the quality and effectiveness of concepts utilized, then select winners from a deep pool of international submissions.
The judges for this year’s competitions were as many as 56, from up to 22 countries. These exceptional professionals belong to leading companies in the creative and digital industry from around the world, with some of them belonging to notable groups such as Tiago do Vale Architects, Neil Poulton Industrial Design, Icona Design, ATELIER CENTRAL, Eleven Inc., Cutwater, MUH-TAY-ZIK / HOFFER, Grayling, Saatchi & Saatchi NY, Coley Porter Bell, ADBRAIN Inc., etc.
“It is our privilege, as always, to honor these remarkable individuals,” said Kenjo Ong, CEO of the competition. “They have more than earned their achievements.”