Brilliant Thinking.

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Australian Aboriginal rock art is the oldest unbroken tradition of art in the world, and often depics native animals including dingoes, kangaroos, emus and turtles.

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Empowering tomorrow’s thinkers.

Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview partnered with Blueboat to deliver a transformative private-to-public capital campaign, centring on a new STEMP building, aligning with the College’s continuing commitment to modern learning environments.

Blueboat led initial discovery to collaborate with the Foundation and key stakeholders to build a case for support into compelling messaging connecting the College’s Jesuit mission, active First Nations reconciliation, science and technology focus and wellbeing.

Named ‘Wingaru,’ translating to ‘to think’ in Cammeraigal language, the campaign pays homage to the area’s First Nations people. The private to public campaign included art directed photo shoot, website, major donor brochure, gift deeds, naming opportunities, invitations, and stationery. Additionally, an 18-month partnership supported the Foundation to enhance their ongoing donor engagement.