This category of Memefest evaluates submissions that present innovative social change communications or mobilization approaches.
The above may include campaigns, public interventions, design futures projects and social practice in all media, whether online, offline or both. Also accepted are presentations of creative strategy that are not necessarily content based. For example, an effective distributed organizing approach that mobilizes grassroots supporters to help drive a cause.
All submissions must reference work that supports a progressive social change initiative be it deployed for the purposes of advocacy, awareness-raising or empowerment.
You can submit any works on any theme you have created which fit in to the above description.
Those interested in submitting must provide writeups in response to the questions in our submission form, multimedia documentation of such initiatives where possible and links to online materials.
All submissions that are curated for evaluation will receive detailed feedback from an experienced group of jurors. Participants who submit the winning entry will be invited to present their work at Memefest in Melbourne in November 2016.
The Mobilization category is open to activists, artists, students and professionals of all ages.