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Creative Conscience Awards 2015 Student Competition

Creative Conscience is currently accepting project submissions in the 2015 edition of their annual multidisciplinary design competition. The Creative Conscience Awards (CCA) competition was founded to encourage human-centered and sustainable design that makes a difference.

Entry is free and the competition is global, open to students enrolled on a recognized undergraduate, post-graduate or higher education course, or those that have graduated in the past 18 months.

The winners of the Creative Conscience Awards will be invited to a networking Awards Ceremony in London, providing a gateway into the professional world through mentorship or internships (through the CCA network) and profile building PR activities.

The theme for the Creative Conscience Awards is centered around using creativity to make a positive change to a particular moral, ethical or worthwhile cause.

In 2015, you have the option to choose one of the following three (3) briefs:

  • Open – subject matter left to your own preference;
  • Water – dedicated to the supply and accessibility of fresh clean water and the depletion of natural fresh water reserves;
  • Project Sunlight (also a movement started by Unilever) – for a compelling film, series of photographs, the up-cycling of garments, ethical fashion with slogans, a piece of graphic communication, a campaign, animation, a community, a concept, product, structure or even a building that inspires our society, to create a brighter future.
    Project Sunlight is a movement that has been started by Unilever.

The following disciplines are eligible for project submission:

  • Graphics & Advertising
  • Illustration & Animation
  • Product & Structural Design
  • Architecture, Engineering & Interior Design
  • Fashion & Textiles
  • Film & Photography

Creative Conscience, the organizer of this competition, is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to improve the communities in which we live and work and in turn help transform the wider world.