The One Club Greater China has announced the 48 creative leaders who will serve as curators for this year’s The One Show Asia Showcase, a free program applauding the best work from the past year from throughout Asia and APAC regions.
Among those selected to serve are Rebecca Carrasco, executive creative director, creative lead, Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney, Publicis Neighbourhood (ANZ & SE / ASIA), and Kim Pick, executive creative director, VMLY&R New Zealand in Auckland.
View the complete list One Show Asia Showcase curators here.
The One Club Asia Showcase is open to agencies in Australia and New Zealand, and free to submit. Work can be submitted by October 25, 2020 extended deadline.
The selection committee will curate work based on an understanding of creative excellence with global, regional and local perspectives. Selection will take place in November, and the selected work will be announced in December.
The One Club has transformed The One Show Greater China Awards into The One Show Asia Showcase for this year because of Covid’s disruptions.
Eligible regions are Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Mainland China, East Timor, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
There are no Gold, Silver or Bronze awards this year. Instead, certificates will be presented to celebrate work selected for The One Show Asia Showcase 2020.
The selected work, representing the best creative thinking in Asia Pacific will be displayed in a worldwide online showcase. The One Club will promote the showcase to its global audience, providing the opportunity for work to be recognised by the worldwide creative community.
“Out of the dark moment of this year, we can look to creativity to find the brightest stars and inspiration to move us forward,” stated Kevin Swanepoel, chief executive officer, The One Club for Creativity, New York. “Great work still deserves to be recognised. I encourage agencies and brands throughout Asia Pacific to submit their work and join us in celebrating the region’s amazing creativity that will be on display to the world.”
“Despite the problems of this year, we uphold our commitment to actively facilitate insightful communications among APAC countries,” added Ma Chao, chief representative, The One Club Greater China. “The One Show Asia Showcase will combine unique regional cultures and work with world-class selection standards to celebrate the best creative works in Asia Pacific on the international stage.”