If you’re an artist, musician, photographer, designer, or otherwise creative person between the ages of 13 and 19, this is for you.
For the third year in a row, Adobe is running the Youth Voices Awards. They want you to enter a digital piece of art that drives social change in your community, whatever that means to you.
This is your chance to not only win some really sweet prizes from a global creative powerhouse like Adobe, you’ll also have the ability to get your artwork seen by the entire world.
20 entries will be selected in seven different categories to be featured on the Adobe website, where a panel of international professionals will then pick three winners to take home a ton of great prizes. Including software from Adobe, hardware, and the ability to say “I won first prize on an official Adobe contest!”.
This is pretty damn neat. I don’t typically post things like this, but when Adobe reached out to me to help spread the word, I couldn’t say no.
Past entries have been pretty inspiring. The cause is great, and if you participate you’ll be getting your work in front of the entire world (even if you don’t win).
Head over to the Adobe Youth Voices Awards website to get all of the really important details, learn how to submit your artwork, and see past entries. Deadline is April 18th to get something submitted, so get over there now.
Then be sure to like, reblog, tweet, and share this post so your friends and fellow artists can have a chance at entering too. The more artists we get involved, the more of an inspirational powerhouse this contest becomes for all of us.