The designer of APSA’s logo, Michael Bryce AM, has died at the age of 82. A former architect in urban and environmental design, Michael had a strong affinity with the Arts. His creation of the APSA logo reflects the global reach, cultural and ethnic diversity of film.
APSA Chair Tracey Vieira said that along with the unique vases, also created by a Brisbane artist, Michael has left his mark in an enduring way.
“On behalf of the APSA academy I express our condolences to his family and his many friends in the Arts.”
Tracey Vieira
Chair, Asia Pacific Screen Academy
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