3 March 2010 - 5:04pm | posted by | 0 comments

MPA Roses Student Awards date announced

MPA Roses Student Awards date announcedMPA Roses Student Awards date announced

The judging and exhibition for the MPA Roses Student Creativity Awards 2010 will take place at 52 Princess St in Manchester later this month.

This year hundreds of student entries have been received in response to the briefs set out by agencies from across the UK.

Those setting briefs this year include Rob Taylor from Like A River, who arranged this year's panel of judges. Others include, Mark Beaumont of Dinosaur; Gerry Farrell of The Leith Agency; Don Smith at Realise; Tim Sharp from Uniform; Ben Greengrass of Elmwood; Taxi Studio's Spencer Buck; Sarah Hanley of Sumo Design and Karl Sanderson of Viv-id.
Tickets to attend the exhibition of work on 25 March are free, and can be booked at www.thedrum.com/events
The exhibition starts at 7pm and, as well as seeing the briefs in full and the responses, is a great opportunity to mingle with fellow creatives from around the country.
To see the briefs set by our judges, click here.
On the night, we will announce one winner for each of the ten briefs, and then the top 3 will go on to compete at The Roses Advertising Awards on 6 May for Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes.
For more information, email lisa@carnyx.com

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