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23 January 2017

Adobe has begun accepting applications for its 2017 Creative Residency which provides six creatives (like photographers) a year-long apprenticeship at Adobe to work on a project, sharing the process with the creative community as it proceeds.

So what's expected of a Creative Resident? Adobe spelled it out in a blog post about the program:

Residents apply new ideas and tools to their work and inspire others to try new methods. Adobe provides residents with the best creative tools and resources, along with guidance from advisors and a complete compensation package.

In addition to photography, the 2017 program focuses on the fields of graphic design, UI/UX design, 2D/3D graphic composition, short form video and illustration.

Current Creative Residents include filmmaker and popular YouTuber Sara Dietschy, who is taking her videos to the next level by amplifying her work across social and pursuing new mediums, and graphic designer and letterer Christine Herrin, who is working on a design-rich travel journal to inspire people to document their lives in creative and meaningful ways.

In the third year of the program, the Creative Residency now welcomes candidates not just from the U.S. but from Germany and Canada, too. Adobe said it hopes to expand the international scope of the program in future years.

You can apply online until Feb. 26. For more information, visit the FAQ page.

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