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Behance Portfolio Review Cebu

The long wait is finally over! The Behance Portfolio Review has finally landed in Cebu. In case you've been living under a rock for the last couple of years, Behance is a globally known online portfolio platform where thousands of Graphic Designers, Illustrators, and Photographers show case their works. There are 10 slots available for the review per category, the categories are Graphic Design, Illustration, and Photography. The 10 short-listed artists will then proceed to the next round of the review. You can check out the image of the mechanics below: 

Deadline for the first submission will be until April 26, 2015 so you better get a move on if you want those slots! The final review will be on May 16 10am-12pm, and May 17 2pm-5pm. Other than the review there will be also talks from professionals in the field. The final review is free admission and open to the public, so come over and bring your friends.

You can know more about the event at the Behance Portfolio Review Cebu Facebook page.
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