Creativity contests give students chances to shine

Ryan Real, Public Information Coordinator
February 7, 2017

Campus MovieFest comes to Clemson from February 13-23.

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Clemson students and employees will have several chances to show off their creativity over the next coming weeks, as Campus MovieFest and an Adobe Creative Jam visit Clemson University.

Campus MovieFest, held from Monday, February 13, to Monday, February 20, challenges teams of students to make one film in less than a week. CMF will provide everything, from high-end cameras to Apple laptops, free of charge. This year’s tour, sponsored by Seeker, will award more than $100,000 worth of cash and prizes. Students may also be invited to show their film at the Cannes International Film Festival. The best will see their films on the big screen at a finale premiere held in Littlejohn Coliseum. For more, visit the CMF Clemson event page and don’t miss the mandatory info session on Monday, February 13 at 5 p.m. at the McFadden Team Room.

The Adobe Creative Jam, held on Wednesday, March 1, features a creativity competition while offering everyone a chance to learn from top creatives in the field.

Hand-picked designers will have three hours to square off in either Visual Design or Motion Design showdown. The audience will then vote to select a People’s Choice winner while a panel of judges select the grand prize winner.

The Adobe Creative Jam comes to Clemson on March 1.

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Local creative leaders will also conduct one-on-one Behance portfolio reviews and offer Creative Jam talks.

To apply (deadline is midnight on Wednesday, February 22) and for more info, visit the Clemson Creative Jam site.

 

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