On the 26th and 27th of May, we said Yes! And to live music, live improv theatre and live creative competitions. We enjoyed live discussions on a range of topics from free-will, to what the future of the communication industry might be in a post-corona world. And of course, we’ve had enough killer grad work to make you jealous (in a nice way).
That might all be over, but you can watch highlights from our live stream. Plus you can check out some fantastic creative projects by some amazing students - there’s sure to be something you’ll love. So grab a drink, settle in, and enjoy. And if there’s anything you like, be sure to get in touch and let them know.
Some student work
Crayola – Reflect Reality
Crayola has worked towards diversity and inclusivity for some time now. In 1962 they changed the name of their crayon called “Flesh” to “Peach” to acknowledge the fact that there are more than one skin color, and in 1992 they released a box of Multicultural Crayons to make sure that there was a skin-colored crayon for everyone.
Mr French wants to increase the number of visitors, year-round, every day of the week. Since 2017, the focus in communication and operations has been on day parties during the summer months. This has resulted in Mister French being strongly associated with partying, especially day parties. Mister French has had the gas at the bottom and not really thought about how to create a stable brand and a sustainable business in the long term.