© Helen Silverman, Creative Conscience Awards 2015
17 February 2016
Creative Conscience is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to inspire designers and the creative industry across the world to apply their talents to socially valuable projects, promoting sustainability, freedom, social health and well-being.
The Creative Conscience Awards encourages, recognises and rewards students and graduates across the design spectrum from anywhere in the world, for developing projects that are in line with our aims. Entry is free, and each year shortlisted entries are judged by a team of industry experts. The winners will be invited to a networking awards ceremony in London and the opportunity to be mentored by professionals across the industry.
How to enter
The competition is free to enter and is open to full or part-time creative students enrolled on a recognised undergraduate, postgraduate or higher education course (HND, BTEC, BA, BSc, MSc, MA, MD or equivalent are all recognised) or if you have graduated within the last 18 months. Final major projects may also be entered into the competition. Closing date is Thursday 7 April 2016.
Applicants are required to submit work under one of the following categories:
- Animation & illustration
- Architecture, engineering & interior design
- Fashion & textiles
- Film & photography
- Structural & product design
Entry is open to applicants working alone or in groups of up to three people. Groups can comprise of applicants from different disciplines. However, one overall discipline must be selected on the entry form for submission of work. There can be no mixing of teams between students and those that are not eligible for the competition.
Work is submitted via the file upload in the application form and the file must be a PDF and be no more than 15mb. For film entries please send a link to your film via Youtube or Vimeo. Physical entries will not be considered.
When submitting work, please also upload at least 3 thumbnails of your work at a width of 700px and a max-height of 700px.
All entries must be submitted via the digital online entry system which you can find on the Creative Conscience website.