Monthly Archives: March 2013

ADV TOWN HALL MEETING: Mon. 4/1 at 2:30pm

Townhall FA13

EVENT: AD2SF Portfolio & Resume Review

AD2SF presents our 4th annual portfolio and resume review on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at Grey San Francisco!

Meet one-on-one with at least two creative directors, account leads, and/or agency recruiters from various SF agencies and get immediate (and brutally honest) feedback on the things you’ve worked so hard on. Snacks and nonalcoholic drinks will be served.

Schedule:

  • 6-6:30pm – Networking
  • 6:30-8pm – Portfolio and resume review

Portfolio Reviewers So Far:

  • Dallas Baker – Associate Creative Director at Hoffman/Lewis
  • Rob Bagot – Creative Director at Hoffman/Lewis
  • Mario Biancalana – Creative Director at Grey
  • Elle Cardenas – Art Director at BarcSF
  • Mike Goldberg – ECD & Founder at Goldwrx
  • Tyler Griffis – Copywriter at G2
  • Macy Metzner – Senior Creative Recruiter at The Creative Group
  • Yanira Rodriguez – Recruiter at Evolution Bureau

Resume Reviewers So Far:

  • Monica Burke – Programming Manager at Pac-12 Enterprises
  • Dennis Donovan – Marketing Operations Manager at Blurb
  • Heather Henley – Director of Recruitment and Training at Eleven
  • Karin Katselis – Division Director / Senior Recruiter at The Creative Group
  • David McGinn – Director, Business Development at Socialarc
  • Victor Obenauf – Account Director at Goldwrx

**Reviewers will be added as they’re confirmed**

 

To register: http://ad2sf4thannualreview.eventbrite.com/

EVENT: Guest Lecture – Stephen Giem, TBWA/Chiat Day

SG POSTER

EVENT: VIP Advertising Panel, Tues. 3/26/13

VIP Ad Panel

 

Be sure to bring questions for the panel members and to stay through the full event in order to network after.  Presented by Industry & Career Development in collaboration with AAU School of Advertising.

CONGRATS! February YoungGlory Finalists

Congratulations to the following Finalists from the February (Round 5) Young Glory Competition:

 

Herman Vieweg & Nils Westgardh – “Bing Search Bar”

Insight & Execute (Dudley Duberry, Rahul Sawant, Tim Murakami & Tim O’Connell) – “BingAFK”

Alvin Lasmana& Kamal Hasanain – “Bing City Experience”

Su Lee, Becky Bui & Sean McClung – “Bing Play”

Aaron Bermudez & Oscar Martinsson – “Bing Rewards”

 

If you are interested in entering future YoungGlory competitions, check out the blog post about the YoungGlory March Round here.

Spring 2013 Office Hours

Vince Engel: Monday 11-3, Friday 11-2

Ellen Shakespeare: Monday 1:30-3:30, Wednesday 4-6, Thursday 1:30-3:30

Mark Edwards: Tuesday 4:30-5:30 (Online Drop-In), Tuesday 5:30-6:30 (On Campus Drop-In), Wednesday 3:30-5:30 (Student Appointments), Thursday 9-10 (Online Drop-In)

Cameron Maddux: Monday-Friday 1:30-3:30

Lance Anderson: TBA

Jim Wojtowicz: Monday 1-3, Tuesday 10-12

Roland Young: Thursday 3-5

SPRING SHOW 2013: Call for Student Work

SPRING SHOW 2013: SCHOOL OF ADVERTISING

You’ve worked hard all school year, creating campaigns for classes and competitions. Now it is time to show your classmates, the AAU community, and the Advertising Industry what you’re made of. It is time for the Spring Show.

 

Entry Instructions

  • Work entered must have been created between the Spring 2012 – Spring 2013 semesters and has not appeared in the Spring Show previously
  • You are required to enter all entry credit information at the ADV Spring Show Submission website (http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits). You may enter more than one name in each category.
  • Please follow these instructions exactly or your submission(s) may be disqualified
  • Deadline to submit is April 12th at 7pm. NO EXCEPTIONS

 

PREPARATION OF ENTRIES FOR JUDGING:

Entries submitted for judging will be the following format:

 

1.  CAMPAIGNS: PRINT/ OUTDOOR:

  • Print to size, unmounted.
  • Write your student ID on the back of EACH PIECE.
  • Paperclip (or staple) and drop in the box labeled “CAMPAIGNS PRINT: SPRING SHOW”
  • Enter the credits for your entry at http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

2. CAMPAIGNS: INTEGRATED

  • Can be in video or printed format.  If in video format, see specifications below.  If printed, see Posters specifications below.
  • Resolution: 1280×720
  • File Types: .mov, .mp4., mpg
  • · Recommended Frame Rate: 30 frames per second
  • Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3_mec5IDUQ
  • All files should be named beginning with [your student ID_campaign title ] ex. 00923576_Starbursts
  • Save files to a DVD or CD and label disc with your student id.
  • Drop in the box labeled “CAMPAIGNS: INTEGRATED: Spring Show
  • Enter the credits for your entry at  http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

3. POSTERS 

  • Scale and print NO LARGER THAN 11×17 paper.
  • Unmounted
  • Write your student ID on the back of each page.
  • Please be prepared to submit high res files set to size if your poster is selected .
  • Enter the credits for your entry at  http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

4. INTERACTIVE

  • Web Ads can be submitted as demo movie form, MOV or Flash or live URL.
  • Live URL’s only need to be entered into the credit page
  • Naked SWF, GIF, etc will not be accepted. Submit files with an HTML wrapper or as URL.
  • All files should be named beginning with [your student ID_campaign title ] ex. 00923576_Starbursts
  • Burn file on to disc (CD/DVD) label disc with your student ID
  • Drop in box labeled INTERACTIVE: Spring Show.
  • Enter the credits for your entry at  http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

Example: Interactive as demo moviewww.youtube.com/watch?v=SsxaNDqVSLQ

5. TV COMMERCIALS / VIRAL / GUERILLA

  • Lengths are to be 15, 30 or 60 seconds
  • Resolution: 1280×720
  • File Types: .mov, .mp4., mpg
  • Recommended Frame Rate: 30 frames per second and an Aspect Ratio  16:9 or 4:3
  • All files should be named beginning with [your student ID_campaign title ] ex. 00923576_Starbursts
  • Burn file on to disc (CD/DVD) label disc with your student ID
  • Drop in box labeled TV/GUERILLA: Spring Show.
  • Enter the credits for your entry at  http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI-W3KwxmY4

6. RADIO

  • Only AAC, MP3 or AIFF are accepted
  • NO Audio CD’s will be accepted
  • All files should be named beginning with [your student ID_campaign title ] ex. 00923576_Starbursts
  •  Burn file on to disc (CD/DVD) label disc with your student ID
  • Drop in box labeled RADIO: Spring Show.
  • Enter the credits for your entry at  http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

 

SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES

  • Prepare per the instructions and submit to ADV Office.  Boxes will be located in the Reception Area on the 3rd floor of 410 Bush.
  • If you are selected, you will be notified at the email you provide on the credit page below.
  • You will be asked to submit higher resolution files for print and campaign entries. Be ready.

YOU MUST ENTER YOUR CREDITS AT  http://tinyurl.com/aauadvsscredits

 

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FAQs

1. Does it have to be work done in AAU classes?

NO. We certainly welcome any projects you have not completed in a class and on your own time. It must have been created for your use and not that of paid client. No agency work. Just stuff you personally did to benefit yourself.  If needed, simply write “independent project” in the credit entry screen under Course and instructor fields.

2. Since you can submit multiple names to a piece, would my copywriter and I submit the same piece? or Just one of us?

Just one person submits the campaign and credits both of you. The other team mate should NOT enter the same campaign. This will also increase the amount of campaigns you have worked on  being submitted for judging.

COMPETITION: Young Glory – March

For the month of March, Young Glory partners with Sid Lee, who challenges young creatives to create awareness around one of Sir Richard Branson’s favorite causes: ending the war on drugs. Winners from both categories will get to present their ideas to Sir Richard Branson on stage at an event called C2-MTL in Montreal in May.

Please note: If you wish to submit to Young Glory, your work must be approved by a director (or, if submitted through a class, by an instructor.) Once that has occured, it must then be emailed to Dallas Augustine, AAU ADV Administrator, at daugustine@academyart.edu in the following format:

URL: (Note that ALL WORK must be submitted using a URL. NO FILE ATTACHMENTS PERMITTED.)
Team Name:
Full Names of all Team Members:

More information about the March brief: http://youngglory.com/eva-van

CONFERENCE: Compostmodern, March 22-23

Explore design’s role in creating a more resilient world, with some of the world’s leading designers, entrepreneurs, scientists, architects and more. Fast-moving, reasonably priced, and loaded with actionable, inspiring insights, Compostmodern is a can’t-miss event for anyone interested in the cutting-edge of sustainability and design.

When? March 22 and 23
Where? San Francisco. Palace of Fine Arts on 3/22, Autodesk Gallery on 3/23

Enter the code AAUcm13 for a $25 student discount on registration fees.

More information: http://compostmodern.org/

de Young Museum’s Annual Student Showcase

The de Young New Generations Student and Faculty Advisory Committee
invites college and university students to submit proposals of visual art,
film, music, or performance art inspired by the special exhibitions at
the de Young:

Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis
Rembrandt’s Century
Eye Level in Iraq: Photographs by Kael Alford and Thorne Anderson
Objects of Belief from the Vatican: Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

Last year, there was a significant number of Academy of Art University student works displayed at the de Young museum.

This year the chosen pieces will be up for display for an entire day, not just the evening – and there are cash prizes for the 3 top submissions. Submissions are due March 15th. The Annual Student Showcase will be unveiled at the de Young on April 19th.

Click here for the flyer

or visit the website: http://deyoung.famsf.org/education/college-programs