ADCE announces the international Jury for this 2022 Awards edition
7 prestigious European creatives have been selected to chair the juries of the ADCE Awards 2022 – including ADC Switzerland Member Alexander Jaggy, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Thjnk Zurich. A total of 54 leading creatives from 20 European countries have been selected to judge this year’s ADCE Awards. All national winners are now eligible to submit before October 14th.
In the build-up to its 2022 edition, the Art Directors Club of Europe has revealed this year’s ADCE Awards jury members. Six international top professionals will be the 2022 Jury Presidents, under the leadership of Alexander Schill, Global Chief Creative Officer of Serviceplan Group and ADCE President. They are:
- Overall Jury President: Alexander Schill, Global Chief Creative Officer of Serviceplan Group (Germany) and ADCE President.
- Film & Radio: Richard Brim, Chief Creative Officer of Adam & Eve DDB (UK)
- Print & Outdoor: Slava Denys, Creative Director of Cheil (Ukraine)
- Interactive & Mobile: Belén Coca, Independent Creative Director (Spain)
- Design: Pedro Mesquita, Designer, Art Director and Partner of This is Pacifica (Portugal)
- Brand Experience: Stefania Siani, CEO and Chief Creative Officer of Serviceplan (Italy)
- Integrated & Innovation: Alexander Jaggy, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Thjnk Zurich (Switzerland)
In total, 54 leading creatives have been selected from 20 European countries to judge. The juries will meet in Barcelona on 30th November to debate the best creative work from all around Europe, before awarding Gold, Silver, and Bronze across each category, as well as the overall Grand Prix, the European Star-Johannes Newrkla Award, the Genius Loci, the Green Star and the new Equal Star Award.
Check here for more information regarding the 2022 Juries.
ADCE new award: The Equal Star
The new special award, ADCE Equal Star, has been created this year as a recognition to a work that promotes inclusion, gender equality and fights against all forms of discrimination. It also aims to celebrate creativity that overcomes stereotypes. The Equal Star will be granted to those campaigns that stand out across all ADCE categories. The new award is inspired by ADCI’s Equal Award, launched in 2017 together with the secretariat of the Presidency of the Italian Chamber of Deputies.
Special fees for all Ukrainian entries
The ADCE Awards is the only award scheme to bring together the best European awardwinning work under one competition. Participation in the ADCE Awards is exclusively granted to works that have been recognized at a national level, offering them international visibility and promotion. Due to the current difficult situation Ukraine is going through, for this 2022 edition, all Ukrainian Entries will be free of cost.
ADCE is the platform that allows its creative community to unite, interact, foster, explore, promote and celebrate creativity as a multi-solution approach. ADCE brings creatives together in Europe and beyond through its annual awards, events, educational programs, and publications. Internationally recognized as an authoritative voice, ADCE represents the best of local European advertising and design in an increasingly globalized market. ADCE believes in being a diverse, connected, and collaborative European creative community as a way of solving complex problems.
The Art Directors Club of Europe (ADCE) is a non-profit association headquartered in Barcelona. It comprises 22 professional clubs and associations of graphic design and advertising from 20 European countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Georgia, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Ukraine.
Founded in 1990, the ADCE strives to foster excellence in graphic design and advertising creativity at a European scale. The association represents more than 7,000 professionals from the field and gives visibility to the best works accomplished locally. The current president is Alexander Schill, Global Chief Creative Officer of Serviceplan Group.