Registration for the Adobe MAX 2021 conference has opened. As with last year, the event, scheduled to take place online from October 26–28, 2021, will be free for everyone.
Adobe says ‘the world’s largest creativity conference’ will feature ‘Notable creative luminaries and celebrity speakers’ across eleven different creative fields: graphic design, illustration and digital painting, video, photography, UI/UX, 3D and AR, social media, creativity and design in business, collaboration and productivity, education and a special ‘Meet the Teams’ component dedicated to featuring the people behind Adobe applications and services.
There will be over 100 live and on-demand sessions and collaborative projects and challenges for attendees to take part in. Confirmed speakers include Writer and Director Chloé Zhao, Filmmaker and YouTube Personality Casey Neistat, Street Photographer Monaris and dozens of others. There will also be musical guests and other breakout sessions throughout the event. Adobe says it will reveal additional details about the speakers and sessions in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, you can find out more information and register for Adobe MAX 2021 on Adobe’s dedicated registration site.
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