Creative Week will take place on May 7-11, 2018 in New York City. Featuring The One Show over two epic nights, the 97th Annual ADC Awards, the dynamic Young Ones Festival and inspiring sessions with some of the biggest names in the industry at the Creative Summit, Creative Week will be the must-attend event of the year.

THE ONE SHOW - WEDNESDAY
Wednesday, May 9 / 6:00PM - 12:00 AM
The Ziegfeld Ballroom - 141 West 54th Street, NYC
 

Celebrate the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners of 2018 and mingle with the top creatives of the year at our two-night gala event on Wednesday, May 9th and Friday, May 11th.

Categories to be awarded on Wednesday: Branded Entertainment, Design, Direct Marketing, Health Wellness & Pharma, Intellectual Property, Moving Image Craft, Public Relations, Responsive Environments

Attire: Creative Black Tie

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THE ONE SHOW - FRIDAY
Friday, May 11 / 6:00PM - 2:00 AM
Cipriani - 55 Wall Street, NYC
 

Celebrate the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners of 2018 and mingle with the top creatives of the year at our two-night gala event on Wednesday, May 9th and Friday, May 11th.

Categories to be awarded on Friday: Cross-Platform, Film, Interactive, Mobile, Print & Outdoor, Radio, Social Influencer Marketing, Social Media, UX/UI, Penta Pencil, Best of Show + Other Special Awards

Attire: Creative Black Tie

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THE ADC 97th ANNUAL AWARDS
MONDAY, MAY 7 / 6:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Industria - 775 Washington St, NYC
 

Creative Week's slate of awards ceremonies begins with a bang, as we present the ADC 97th Annual Awards. The near century long commitment towards craftsmanship, design and innovation comes to a head at this sumptuous gala, where the very best in Design, Illustration, Photography, Motion, Digital, Advertising, and more are awarded the coveted ADC Cube.

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CREATIVE SUMMIT
THURSDAY, MAY 10
CONVENE - 237 PARK AVE, NYC
 

Join us at the third annual Creative Summit. Featuring top industry leaders and creatives, the summit includes keynotes, panels and workshops around the theme of "How to Create Culture." This year's conference also includes a separate track for the growing trend of in-house agencies.

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EXECUTIVE CREATIVE SUMMIT
Thursday, May 10
CONVENE - 237 PARK AVE, NYC
 

The Executive Creative Summit brings together top-level leaders from around the globe to discuss the issues that affect their businesses, far beyond the scope of creativity, providing a rare opportunity to exchange ideas in a confidential setting.

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YOUNG ONES EDUCATION FESTIVAL
Monday, May 7 & Tuesday, May 8
Industria - 775 Washington St, NYC
 

The Young Ones Education Festival includes the Young Ones Student Awards, portfolio reviews, client pitch competition, and other events. The festival has served as a launching pad for many students’ careers as well as a great opportunity to mingle with fellow students and professionals from all over the world.

Hosted by Momo Pixel - Art Director, Pixel Designer, and Singer. In 2017 with the help of Wieden+Kennedy, she released Hair Nah, a video game to keep people from touching black women’s hair. It has since become a global sensation featured in CNN, Rolling Stone, Essence, Teen Vogue, Vice UK and many many more.

PLEASE NOTE: THE YOUNG ONES AWARD CEREMONY IS SOLD OUT

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CREATIVE WEEK DAYBREAK SESSIONS
MAY 7, 9 & 11, 10:00 AM
MULTIPLE VENUES

Start your day with a jolt of inspiration, by taking a glimpse behind the doors of some of New York's renowned advertising agencies, design firms and digital shops. Each Daybreak Session is intended to be small and intimate, in order for guests to tour the studios and get to know the people who make these creative gems the industry names that they are.

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TDC TYPE WALK
Tuesday, May 8
Meeting place will be emailed advance of the tour.
 

This year's Creative Week Urban Lettering Walk, cosponsored by the Type Directors Club, The One Club, and Legacy of Letters, will take cover the adjoining West Side neighborhoods of the Garment District and Chelsea between 42nd Street and 14th Street. The Garment District is an industrial neighborhood, dominated by early 20th century setback skyscrapers with a variety of lettering styles for the building names. Mixed in with these gritty industrial buildings are a few churches and retail outlets to provide additional lettering variety. Chelsea is more residential with named apartment buildings, schools, churches, and banks to provide lettering of interest. Stylistically, we will see textura, versals, sans serif, slab serif, classical Roman capitals, some Art Deco, and a little bit of neon. In short, a little bit of everything.

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