College creatives invited to participate in ‘Spring Madness’ remote workshops, competition

March 25, 2020

The series is sponsored by alumna-owned digital platform CLLCTVE

CLLCTVE, a digital platform connecting college creatives, has launched a series of workshops and a competition for students who are trying to build their creative skills while practicing social distancing in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Spring Madness includes a virtual competition, live workshops and a community-building component for for creative-minded college students while they are off campus.

Virtual Competition

To enter the competition, participants must visit www.madness.cllctve.com by April 17, and submit a one-minute video explaining what makes them a creative and how they can benefit from CLLCTVE’s platform. Participants must also submit two examples of their work and follow CLLCTVE on Instagram.

The Grand Prize winner will receive $500, a CLLCTVE hoodie and early access to the company’s beta platform, and will be featured on the company’s website. Participants who earn a “Notable” honor will also receive early access to the beta platform, a CLLCTVE shirt and a website feature.

All participants must be college students based in the United States.

Art of Finesse Live Workshops

Creatives interested in honing their skills can tune into creative workshops via Instagram Live Wednesdays at 7 p.m. from March 25 to April 17. Workshops will be hosted by various creatives including artist Natalie Lauren Sims, attorney Ashley Williams of Unorthodox Legal and job matching company RippleMatch.

For more information, visit www.madness.cllctve.com or contact Davis at kelsey@cllctve.com.