Jury team of the second national creative contest

December 25, 2022

Seven new leading creatives, members of the Art Directors Club of Ukraine ADC*UA, will judge the second open contest of National Creative Contests under the brief title "United Ukraine".

The second contest will be evaluated by:

  • Dmytro Barsukov, CEO & CCO of VMLY&R Ukraine
  • Dmytro Linnyk, Creative Director of Linnikov.agency
  • Oleksandr Smirnov, Partner and Co-founder of TABASCO
  • Masha Teterina, Independent Communication Consultant, Art Director/Graphic Designer
  • Olga Shevchenko, Creative Director of Vintage Web Production
  • Kostya Schneider, CCD Publicis Groupe Ukraine and Czech Republic
  • Sergey Yaroslavtsev, Creative Director of Promodo

The theme of the second contest "United Ukraine" aims to create creative communications that will promote the sovereignty of Ukraine and support people in the newly liberated and temporarily occupied territories.

The main tasks of the contest are to create communication that motivates to continue peaceful resistance, plan a peaceful future within Ukraine and remind that people are not forgotten. To participate in the contest, it is necessary to create an idea or concept of communication that has not been implemented for any of the customers.

Participation in the contest is free of charge. Details of the second brief can be found via the link

Entry deadline is January 9, 2023. 

National Creative Contests are three independent contests, each of which has a given topic related to the war in Ukraine or other socially important issues for Ukraine. The topics are presented in three separate briefs prepared for specific organizations or government structures. The contests are held within the framework of Ukrainian Creative Stories 2023. 

Winners of the first contest of National Creative Contests can be found via link. 

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