Monday, 27 July 2015

Announcing the winners of the 2015 AYV Awards! Will you participate in SchoolNet’s next intake?

From all corners of the globe came powerful stories and images sharing youth perspectives on local issues. We are now pleased to announce the creative work chosen for First, Second, and Audience Awards in each category of the 2015 Adobe Youth Voices Awards. Congratulations to the youth artists who collaborated on the winning projects and to everyone who took part in creating media with purpose this year. See the projects ›

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Documentary
1st prize: Making Light in Tbilisi — San Francisco, California, USA
2nd prize: Better Than Baghdad — Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Audience prize: Giants Land — Mora, Costa Rica

Narrative
1st prize: Amazing — Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
2nd prize: Outside the Box — Saint Petersburg, Russia
Audience prize: My Cambodia — Singapore

Animation
1st prize: Meter X Meter — Amman, Jordan
2nd prize: The Question Is (A Collaboration) — Seattle, Washington, USA
Audience prize: iControl — Oakland, California, USA

Visual
1st prize: Human — Amman, Jordan
2nd prize: Representation Matters — Fremont, California, USA
Audience prize: Boundless Imagination — San Francisco, California, USA

Venture
1st prize: Green Goal — Lima, Peru
2nd prize: Club H2O Mission — Los Angeles California, USA
Audience prize: Garb-age — Bangalore, India

SchoolNet is involved in this project every year and always looks for teachers to participate. Mr Bennett Johannesen, Ms Omashani Naidoo and Ms Zodumo Mbulawa have all headed off to Brasilia to attend the IEARN conference 26th July- 31 July. www.iearn2015.org.

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