The Adobe Creative Pursuit: student competition

3 months ago by

Adobe presents its first digital creative pursuit competition for students in Australia & New Zealand.

From August 15 to October 15, Adobe is introducing a new way to demonstrate your ability and originality within the creative community. To the students who love to design and stretch their imagination beyond barriers, we are calling out!

Adobe Creative Pursuit is a student-driven competition — with a twist. You’ll digitally race to collect as many points as you can and see your efforts rewarded, if you have what it takes.

This competition is points-based, where students ‘digitally race’ to the top of the leader board through their engagement with Adobe in different ways.

These include:

  • Completing tutorials and assessments to test their learning
  • Completing surveys regarding their experience/feedback of the competition
  • Submitting an art piece that reflects their culture (these sub categories include: food, people, location, events, entertainment)

 

In return, students go into the running to win the following prizes: Microsoft Surface Products (Studio/Book/Pro), Wacom Tablet, 12 month Creative Cloud and Adobe Merchandise.

Winners will be determined after two months of the campaign.

Find out more at: http://adobecreativepursuit.com.au/student-competition



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