Art Processors Celebrates 5 Gold Muse Awards

Art Processors is celebrating five Gold Muse Creative Awards for ‘Experiential and Immersive’ designs in both the US and Australia. 

These global awards honour excellence and innovation in creative design — celebrating inspiring projects that set new industry benchmarks. 

Among the Gold award-winning projects was A Beautiful Disruption: Experiencing the Bloch Galleries. The design for this Kansas City project transformed the museum’s Impressionist collection into a walk-through theatrical event. 

Meanwhile, in Australia, four Art Processors projects took home Gold Awards. Two Sydney-based experiential designs for the Museums of History NSW—including The People’s House: Sydney Opera House at 50 and ‘Maestro’ Interactive Experience—were both honoured. 
Further south, in Melbourne, Pentridge Prison Tours and Hidden: Seven Children Saved round out the Gold quintet of awards. 

Art Processors’ Chief Creative Officer and Co-Founder Tony Holzner described the five Gold Muse Creative Awards as affirming the studio’s ability to conceive and deliver world-leading experiences. 

“We are delighted to be honoured by the Muse Creative Awards’ jury for such a diverse range of projects,” Tony said. “These accolades showcase Art Processors’ capacity to share historically significant stories in innovative ways that capture worldwide audiences.”

Art Processor also wishes to extend their thanks and congratulations to their partners and collaborators on each of these award-winning projects. 

Learn more about the winning projects.