Creative Conscience Awards 2020 now is over!
The Creative Conscience Awards, design competition now is accepting submissions for 2020 welcoming projects by students and graduates from any creative discipline.
The Creative Conscience Awards now is accepting submissions for 2020! This design competition every year welcoming projects by students and graduates (of up to two years) from any creative discipline.
The Creative Conscience Awards is a platform for innovative ideas that encompass world changing creativity. Creative Conscience’s aim is to inspire designers to apply their talents to socially valuable projects, promoting sustainability, freedom, social health and well-being. The awards are the perfect opportunity to push your curiosity and create the change you want to see in the world. Organiser searches for exciting projects with a focus on social impact. You can enter anything you like, as long as the project fits into one of the Impact Themes: Open Brif, Mental Helth, Equality, Conscious Consumption and Climate Crisis.
Applicants are required to submit work under one of the following eleven discipline:
• Architecture, Engineering & Interior Design
• Digital & Technology
• Fashion & Textiles
• Film & Photography
• Graphic Design
• Product & Structural Design
• Service Design
• creative work submitted has to have been created in the past 12 months from the start date of the competition.
• you need to upload a PDF file, 15mb max.
• for video entries you need to include a link to your video.
• also include at least 3 key images of your project (each of which should be at least 1600px wide and either saved in .jpeg or .png format).
• Entrants are able to enter multiple projects.
Shortlisted projects are judged by a panel of industry experts based on their creative approach and the potential impact of your project.
Winner will receive an invite to the awards ceremony, hosted in London in July. The winning work will be displayed on the winners page, plus the winner will be invited to be part of the Creative Conscience Collective – a platform to communicate with other winners, past and present, and where exclusive events and opportunities are shared.
There is a £20 admin fee for each entrant (this includes individuals in team entries i.e. £40 for a team of two).
Creative Conscience Awards, design competition is open to full or part-time creative students across the globe enrolled on a recognised undergraduate, postgraduate or higher education course, or those that have graduated in the past 24 months. Entry is open to individuals and teams of up to four people.