What we do
Our three pillars of live experience production mean your event will be well researched, provide a unique experience for guests, and create a platform for future engagement.
We understand how to link people to ideas, technology to storytelling, creativity to strategy. We want your audience to experience elevation, joy and the emotional connection that comes with attending a stylish, well planned, tech savvy event, and leave with a feeling of boldness and transformation. We’re here to make a difference to you, your audience and your brand.
MCA Artbar curated by Michaela Gleave, work by Elizabeth Reidy
we engage audiences
we renew brands
We have worked with some fantastic organisations on some amazing projects. Together, we have created festivals, gala award ceremonies, conferences, youth forums, community engagement, arts partnerships and events. Dive into some of our favourites to date:
Audi sound art collaboration
we love feedback
And we listen to it. We work with your feedback to make sure the goals we set are measurable, and we capture data to create a post-event evaluation so you know what has been achieved.
Here's what our clients have to say about working with us:
“Highly recommend META Production for high quality, creative and innovative event production. Kym is a committed arts and events professional who at his core wants to get the best outcomes for his clients and community he is working to represent.”
- Megan Lancaster, 2017, Director Community Engagement, Multicultural NSW
Kumi Taguchi at the NSW Premier's Multicultural Media Awards 2017
get in touch
we answer questions
They can be big or small questions, but great ideas start with a simple conversation. Even if you don't know exactly what you're looking for, get in touch, and if we can't help you, we'll point you in the direction of someone who can.
John Paul Young singing "Love is in the air"
META donated stage management voluntarily for the 2017 "Post Your Yes" street party to encourage people to return their forms for the upcoming Same Sex Marriage postal vote. The happening was hosted by independant MP Alex Greenwich, Tyson Koh of the Keep Sydney Open movement, and speakers included Sally Rugg from GetUp! and comedian and presenter Tom Ballard. Performances by Alfie Arcuri, Ricki-Lee Coulter, Peking Duk and the legendary John Paul Young serenading the crowd with iconic hit "Love is in the Air". META believes in equality for all Australians.