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17 Apr

AADC Mentor Program 2016: calling all industry creative mentors!

Last week we officially launched the 2016 AADC Mentor Program at UniSA. The program will see 20 creative students from UniSA connect with 20 industry mentors in a battle to create the best merchandising design idea for South Australia’s big brewers, Coopers and West End.

The Mentor Program is a great way for [...]

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17 Apr

Free events surrounding ACS National Awards in Adelaide

The ACS will host some stellar presentations surrounding their National Awards this month!

Oscar winner John Seale ACS who shot Memoirs of a Geisha, Mad Max: Fury Road and The English Patient among loads of others, will talk to us about his career and give insights into how he shot the latest Mad [...]

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23 Feb

Welcome to 2016

Welcome to the club’s 39th year and two new co-presidents – Geoff Robertson and Anna Bardsley-Jones. They’re passionate about supporting, strengthening and growing the club in an ever changing environment. As the industry adjust, so do we and that should be something we use to our advantage.

It’s with a great deal of thanks [...]

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11 Aug

KNOWLEDGE: Branding for a billion imaginations.

International speaker Stuart Watson of DesignStudio in London will be in Adelaide on Thursday 13 August to present a talk titled ‘Branding for a billion imaginations’ for AGDA South Australia.

Famed for taking the Sky media brand into new spaces, and make it a vital part of nearly 10 million British [...]

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11 Aug

SUCCESS: 2015 Award School SA

Melissa Grenci has been awarded Top of Class at South Australia’s 2015 AWARD School graduation.

Before a crowd of industry professionals and supporters, AWARD School Head Matt O’Grady of KWP! Advertising congratulated the class of 11 graduates on completing the 12 week intensive course.

He said, “This year we saw [...]

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2 Aug

OPINION: There are three kinds of writers.

Jason Hollamby, Creative Director, Cummins&Partners Adelaide reckons writers find their way into advertising from many angles. Whether they’re English-lit snobs, would-be journos or homeless street poets, the range of styles, influences and outputs is infinite. But there are only three kinds of writers. If you’re signing up for

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