Taylor’s University CommFest 2011
CommFest is an event organized by final year Public Relations students from Diploma of Communication, Taylor’s University. This year’s Communication Festival will be held on Friday, 11th of November 2011 (11.11.11) from 11am to 11pm.
The theme for this year’s CommFest is ‘Log Off for Humanity, Log On to Reality’.
What’s going to happen at this year’s CommFest 2011?
— Media Circuit Live —
An interactive session with experts from the media industry.
— Art Bazaar —
Meet local artists and feast your eyes on their masterpieces.
— Be A Star —
A talent audition to be the next emcee for ‘Action! TV Host’ and be spotted by talent scouts.
— faceMe —
Social media brought to life and be rewarded.
— Fashionology —
When fashion meets technology.
Check out last year CommFest… CommFest 2010!
So, does it gonna be better?
When is all this going to happen?
Date: Friday, 11th November 2011 (11.11.11)
TIme: 11am to 11pm
Venue: Multi-purpose hall foyer, Taylor’s University
All you need is RM7 to be able to join in the fun! So, go ahead, get your tickets now! You have about a month to decide if you’re in, or you’re out! 😉
Contact Natasha Aida at email@example.com or Bryna Kaur at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can get your hands on them passport for all the activities that will be happening that day!
Visit their Facebook page to get updates on the event!
Follow them on Twitter @proPassionComms!
Or leave comments on their blog if you have questions!
Remember, 11th November 2011, Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus!
I’ll see you there! 🙂
*CommFest 2011 is organised by Taylor’s School of Communication and proPassion Communications Student Consultancy, supported by MyPartners Communication as the Industrial Advisor for proPassion, and YUBERACTIVE as the Official Youth Portal.
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