KSU students to showcase digital creativity in Adobe Creative Jam competition
KENNESAW, Ga. (Mar 12, 2021) — Mark your calendars! Adobe Creative Jam is coming to KSU in April.
Interested in testing your digital skills in a new and fun competition? For the first time, KSU students will have the opportunity to join peers across the country in doing the Creative Jam with beginner-friendly Premier Rush software and trying to qualify to receive valuable professional feedback, cool Adobe swag and gift-card prizes for the top work submitted.
KSU students are invited to participate in a fully virtual Adobe Creative Jam competition beginning on April 8 and lasting two weeks. The Creative Jam will benefit students through gaining resume-building skills and the opportunity to win swag and other prizes.
The Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences has partnered with Adobe and HBO to offer interested KSU students their first Adobe Creative Jam event. During the Jam, students will put their creative digital skills to the test by using Premiere Rush software to solve a challenge presented by Adobe.
“We are thrilled for KSU students to have this tremendous opportunity to test their potential for innovation and creativity through Adobe Creative Jam,” said Dr. Pam Cole, Associate Vice President for Curriculum and Interim Dean of the Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences. “This is an opportunity for students to express themselves in a very creative way after a very challenging year.”
The Creative Jam kicks off on April 8, and students will have two weeks to complete and submit their work for the April 22 finale, where the winners will be announced. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top competitors, with the first-place winner receiving a $500 gift card. Prizes will also be awarded to students who place second through fifth.
In addition to the Creative Jam competition, Adobe will offer an exclusive digital workshop to KSU students on April 1. The workshop will provide students an inside look at navigating and using Adobe Premiere Rush.