Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards finalists announced

5/5/2013 12:00:00 AM

The Adobe Foundation has announced finalists for its second annual Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Aspire Awards, an online challenge that invites youth around the world to creatively express their vision for driving change in local communities. Over the past 12 weeks, youth in 51 countries submitted more than 1,000 entries for consideration.

Members of the public can vote by viewing, commenting on, “liking,” tweeting, and retweeting their favorite entries in eight standard content categories, including animation, documentary, music video, narrative, poetry, photography, collage, and collaboration. Voting takes place now through June 8, 2013. Visit the Aspire Awards website to view/vote for your favorite finalist.

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