ADCN CREATIVITY TALK – BRUCE DUCKWORTH (PRESIDENT, D&AD)
10 March 2017
09.00 AM – 10.30 AM
Exclusive for ADCN Members and Jury Members.
Bruce Duckworth founded Turner Duckworth in London and San Francisco with fellow British designer David Turner in 1992 and in New York in 2016. They won the inaugural Cannes Grand Prix for Design for Coca-Cola and were the first design company to have its work accepted into the Clio Hall of Fame. Also picking up a Grammy for Turner Duckworth’s project with Metallica, Duckworth has also been chairman of judges for Cannes, D&AD, Clios, Design Week among others. He is currently President of D&AD.
Bruce will be talking about creative excellence, talent, culture, leadership and collaboration, sharing his personal vision about the future of design and presenting his favorite work from the D&AD community. After the talk, you will have the opportunity to engage in discussions and have a coffee with Bruce.
The event will be hosted by Richard van der Laken – Co-President of ADCN, Founder of What Design Can Do and Founder & Creative Director of De Designpolitie.
In partnership with D&AD
Since 1962, D&AD has been inspiring a community of creative thinkers by celebrating and stimulating the finest in design and advertising. A D&AD Award is recognized globally as the ultimate creative accolade, entered and attended by the best creative decision makers from around the world. Set to reward, promote and enable creative brilliance in all areas of creative communication, a Yellow – or Black – Pencil remains the pinnacle in many careers. But it’s much more than just the Awards. Members join a vibrant global community, whilst creatives and clients are inspired by a world-class training and development program. Students are supported with projects, awards and exhibitions, which give them a vital leg-up as they enter the industry. As a non-profit, all of D&AD’s surpluses go straight into programs that develop the next generation of creative talent while campaigning for the creative industries to help solve the world’s toughest social and environmental issues.