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February 28, 6:00pm • Nine United • part of a series on Roots

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It’s easy to generate ideas, but the real work is in creating and shipping those ideas.

What if you were held accountable for those big ideas? What if you were supported by a creative community with a space to talk about your process, tools, resources and mentors? What project would you work on?

The Adobe Creative Residency gives talented individuals the opportunity to spend a year working on a personal creative project, while sharing their experience and process with the creative community. Adobe provides Residents with access to the best creative tools and resources, along with guidance from advisors and a full salary package.

In return, you will proactively create compelling work, while sharing your process, insights and inspiration with the community along the way.

Adobe is accepting applications in January 2017 and the residency year will start in May.

You can start your application here.

Wir danken allen bisherigen Sprechern, Sponsoren, allen Teammitgliedern und der Düsseldorfer Community für ein ganz wunderbares erstes Jahr CreativeMornings DUS. Ihr seid toll. 

“For the creative industries you can use robots that are already existing to achieve things or pictures that were not achievable before.” - Michael Seiser
“Robots are the link between digital information and the real world.” - Michael Seiser

Michael Seiser

Michael Seiser is a Hamburg based designer. He’s currently employed as an art director at The Marmalade, a commercial film and post production company. When CreativeMornings DUS asked The Marmalade to give a lecture about it’s high speed motion control system SPIKE, Michael knew next to nothing about robots. And that probably makes him the best person to give a talk on this topic. Why that is and the things he took away from his research will be content to his talk.