Creativity, talent, enthusiasm, dedication and passion, are some of the characteristics that allow a person to succeed in the advertising and design professions. At Miami Ad School we are extremely proud to announce that eight of our portfolio students won the American Association of Advertising Agencies, Operation JumpStart Scholarship, that awards each of them with $10,000 towards their education.
More than a year ago, Miami Ad School new headquarters’ location, started to be built from the ground to become a true playground for creative thinkers. Today, after the school’s grand opening Soak Up party, the advertising school is also a state of the art landmark in the Upper East Side of Wynwood, Miami’s new hip art district, recently touted as one of the most creative areas in the USA.
Miami Ad School often works with global brands on a variety of projects. The school has a program called SWAT Team - this is a rapid reaction creative solution team. In this case Miami Ad School was enlisted to work on a project with Burger King through their agency Alison Brod Public Relations from New York City. Burger King commissioned artist Mr. Brainwash to create a mural in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami, FL during Art Basel 2014 and had the Miami Ad School students document the creation of the mural and create a social media campaign for the project.
Instead do what Pandora did; say Thank You! When Miami Ad School students, Frank Garcia, Giulia Magaldi and German S Rivera won a gold Clio a One Show Award and an Applied Arts Award for their class project, “Underground Stations” inspired by Pandora, the music streaming and automatic recommendation service, congratulated the creative team, by publicizing the students’ innovative work on LinkedIn.