FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 23, 2017
Seeking Creative Digital Media Submissions From
Students, Amateurs, and Digital Professionals
Temecula, (February 23, 2017) – JDS Creative Academy is excited to announce their first DIGIFEST 2017 to take place May 5,6,7 at JDS Studios on 28069 Diaz Rd in Temecula, as well as other key locations to be announced.
This festival is to feature all things digital including film, video, animation, music, games, photography, graphics and comics. Any media, which is designed digitally or enhanced digitally, is qualified for the event and competition. Students are especially encouraged to submit their work. Entrant categories begin at age ten years old and go through adult, with student, amateur and professional categories. Fees are nominal and the entry deadlines are March 15, 2017 for early submissions and April 15, 2017 for late-deadline submissions.
Special presentations featuring renowned guest speakers from the digital media field and relevant, thought-provoking workshops will take place throughout the weekend, along with screenings, digital exhibits, and expo vendors. The event concludes with an awards dinner held at Temecula City Hall conference center.
Community support for this event includes JDS Video & Media Productions, Inc., Abbott, The Law Offices of Rosenstein & Associates, Visit Temecula, Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Economic Development Coalition, the Murrieta Chamber, The Roripaugh Foundation, and The Canet Foundation. JDS Creative Academy is offering additional sponsorship opportunities.
Interested sponsors, speakers, and entrants can contact us via digifest2017.org or call 951.296.6715. Entry forms are available online
ABOUT JDS CREATIVE ACADEMY
The mission of JDS Creative Academy is to advance education and training in the arts, theatre, music, creative writing, fine art and production art. Their objective is to fulfill the Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) requirement per the California Education Core Standard for the Home School, Online School, and Traditional School and Trade School populations. JDSCA’s purpose is to enhance the future of the Southwest California Area, our youth, and the arts, engineering and technological workforce in California and throughout the nation through education, training, and apprenticeship. For more information on JDSCA go to www.jdscreativeacademy.org, contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 951 296-6715.