The Resources, Events and Opportunities You Need to Succeed As a Creator This Week

Zoe Selesi

Are you in need of resources to help you as a creator? Looking for a graphic design job or maybe you wanna attend a creative event? Well don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Gen-Z is the future, and with CLLCTVE in your corner, the possibilities are endless as we hit the ground running. Be sure to check out the events, resources and job opportunities curated for creators!


Fenimore Art Museum: “The Public Has a Right to Art:” Keith Haring’s Art & Activism

Date: July 27th, 2021

Join Fenimore Art Museum for a live Zoom lecture about Keith Haring's art and activism, led by Dr. Leesa Rittelmann.

Foreshadowing a career devoted to art displayed outside the confines of museum and gallery walls, twenty-year-old art student Keith Haring’s manifesto declared that “art is for everybody” and “the public has a right to art.”

AdWeek - NEXTECH: Agility and Speed in the Era of Advanced Technology

Date: July 26-28th, 2021

Join the third annual Adweek NexTech to hear from brand executives and technology leaders who will provide insights into integrated strategies you'll need to succeed in 2021. During the three-day event, you'll also hear first-hand from the teams responsible for tactical implementation, providing a clear-eyed perspective on both the successes and the challenges the industry faces and how to stay nimble.

Broward Cultural Division - Business Skills for Creatives: The Art of Negotiation

Date: July 31st, 2021

Learn from industry professionals how to turn your creativity into a successful business! In this workshop, attorney Jessica Lee of Loeb & Loeb LLP will help participants master the art of negotiation. Working through the negotiation process, you will acquire a framework, tools, techniques, and skills to solve problems and negotiate in different situations, both professionally and personally.


There are hundreds, probably thousands of stock image sites for creators to use. And while these sites are awesome, finding diverse photos that represent our global community proves hard. Don’t fret! We curated a list of five diverse stock websites.


Nappy is dedicated to provide beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown people to startups, brands, agencies, and everyone else. (Worked great for the hero pic on this post!)


pocstock is laser-focused on changing the way the world sees people of color and the way we see ourselves. Discover beautiful images of people of color here!

Eye For Ebony

Eye for Ebony is a platform that elevates models, creatives and businesses. Models of all shades, shapes, and sizes. Eye-catching lifestyle stock photos with people of color living their best lives are available for purchase on their site. 

Diversity Photos

Founded by a team of creatives and photographers, Diversity Photos mission is to provide visual content that authentically represents the global community.


#WOCINTECHCHAT has released the first batch of photos under a Creative Commons (Attribution) license. Be sure to use these images in pieces about entrepreneurs, software engineers, infosec professionals, IT analysts, marketers, and other people who make up the tech ecosystem as requested by #WOCINTECHCHAT. 

Job Opportunities

It’s #MoreMoneyMonday and we have four awesome creative careers for Graphic Designers! Use the week to spend time on your portfolio and send in those applications. 

The Honey Pot Company- Freelance Junior Graphic Designer

The Honey Pot Company is hiring a Junior Graphic Designer! The Jr. Designer will work across the marketing department but collaborate closely cross-functionally, including with the product development team. Great taste is crucial for this role, as is a passion for compelling storytelling across all marketing channels, with a focus on social media and email marketing. 

Altice - Freelance Graphic Designer

News 12 is looking for the right candidate to create graphics & animations for newscasts and other on-air segments for all News 12 Services. The candidate will use programs including After Effects, VIZrt, and Photoshop to create modern, elegant and intelligent news graphics for pre-production, post-production and live newscasts. In collaboration with producers, writers, and other designers, the right candidate will create a variety of newscast graphics.

Hogarth Worldwide- On-site Freelance Graphic Designer

Hogarth Worldwide is hiring an on-site Freelance Graphic Designer. This role will require you to work with Hogarth Worldwide’s Project Managers to adapt versions of visual master assets with Photoshop, to be featured on all marketing communication materials for their client's market in Miami/Canada. Experience in graphic production at a design firm, ad agency or interactive shop and the ability to work in a fast-paced, demanding creative and production environment is required.

First Aid Beauty - Junior Graphic Designer, Digital + Content Production

First Aid Beauty is looking for a Junior Graphic Designer to join the Creative Team at their corporate office in Newton, MA. You will be working to support the creative team in the production of digital assets for global campaigns across all channels Social (paid/organic), Ecom, Video and E-Mail. This role will support the team on photoshoot productions, assisting on set as needed and is responsible for maintaining our image/content library with up-to-date assets across all global launches.

Zoe Selesi
Zoe is a rising Senior at Syracuse University majoring in Magazine, News & Digital Journalism with a minor in Asian/Asian-American Studies. She is currently the Content Manager at CLLCTVE and the Arts & Culture Senior Editor for Affinity Magazine.
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