Adobe Creative Week
Adobe Creative Week is a week-long series of online debates, reports and how-to sessions on the creative industry. Each day takes a different theme, covering design and publishing, film and video, web and mobile and photography
The problem with most conferences is that if you either can't afford a ticket or are too busy to go, you are left on the sidelines, mumbling with frustration. Adobe's Creative Week aims to solve that conundrum by streaming its sessions live online, for free, over the next seven days (tune in here) so you can drop in anytime you have some free moments. The sessions will also be available on demand.
The event starts with a general discussion on the creative industry with artist and designer Brendan Dawes, Joel Gethin Lewis of Hellicar & Lewis and Dr Chris Gerry of The Skills Lab. Later today, Wayne Hemingway, Chris Thompson of Ravensbourne and Marc Lewis of the School of Communication Arts are due on-screen, live from a studio, somewhere in London.
Tuesday July 10 is Design & Publishing day with CR columnist and magCulture founder Jeremy Leslie and illustrator Pete Fowler. Wednesday is Film & Video day, Thursday Web & Mobile, Friday Photography & Imaging. The full programme is here
Excellent this is the first time I have heard of Adobe Creative Week. I for one will be tuned in on Thursday for "Should developers be a Jack of all Trades, or the Master of One?".
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