Applied Arts Magazine Awards Annual
Deadline: Depending on the category. Deadlines for 2014 awards were between January and May 2014.
AACE Awards deadline: October 29, 2014
Eligibility: This annual, multi-disciplinary contest, honours creative excellence in advertising, design (editorial, corporate and promotional), photography, illustration, new media and printing. Open to professional work from around the globe. All work completed, first published or first aired between July 1 and June 30 is eligible.
Value: Winning pieces will be published in an exclusive Awards Annual in January each year - Canada's largest, with over 60,000 readers. All winners are given equal merit in the Awards Annual, published in full colour and accompanied by credits, contact phone numbers, and descriptions of the creative strategy/process.
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Description: The Applied Arts Awards programs are an opportunity to promote your work to an audience of the best of the industry, as well as potential clients. With two decades of awards experience, the Applied Arts Awards are one of the industry's most prestigious recognitions of creative excellence. Entries accepted in categories including: Photography and Illustration, Advertising, Design, Interactive, Student and AACE.
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