03 March 2010

New ethnic poster design competition

Enter our new poster design competition – and win the chance to indulge your taste for fabulous food with a $200 Moore Wilson voucher. Your poster will also be used to promote the Ethnic Forum in May.

How to enter
The competition is open to everyone over 18 in Wellington ’s ethnic community.

Theme
Your poster theme must reflect the concept of the Ethnic Forum, which offers opportunities for ethnic communities and the Council to share ideas and information, including ways of improving the lives of ethnic communities in our city.

Points to note
- Your poster must be A3 size, in portrait layout and full colour

- Artwork and photography must be original

- Designs can be submitted either digitally or in hard copy

- The poster must use the following wording:
May 2010 Ethnic Forum
Draft Annual Plan
Tuesday 4 May 2010, 5.30-7.30pm
Icon, Te Papa, 55 Cable Street , Wellington


The winning poster design will be announced by 26 March and will be printed as a promotional poster for the Ethnic Forum in May.

For more information, phone 499 4444 or email alice.hang@wcc.govt.nz

Closing date – 5pm, Friday 19 March 2010


Competition guidelines and rules
1. The poster competition is open to anyone over 18 in the ethnic communities living in Wellington . An ethnic community is defined as: anyone who identifies themselves with a culture and or heritage different than the mainstream, but not including Maori and Pacific people.

2. Entrants may submit only one design.

3. Leave a space on the lower right corner measuring 10cm (width) x 5cm (height) as a plain area for WCC logo use.

4. Posters must be A3 size, in portrait layout, full colour and artwork and photography must be original.

5. If submitted digitally, designs should be in high resolution (save as jpg; psd or pdf file) and should be 200 dpi minimum.

6. To be considered for the competition, design submissions must be received at Wellington City Council by 5pm Friday 19 March 2010.

7. Please include an email cover letter with your name, ethnicity, mailing address, email address and phone number.

8. Posters must use the following wording:
May 2010 Ethnic Forum
Draft Annual Plan
Tuesday 4 May 2010, 5.30-7.30pm
Icon, Te Papa, 55 Cable Street , Wellington

9. Send entries to:
Trudy Jenkins
trudy.jenkins@ wcc.govt. nz
City Communities and Grants
Wellington City Council
101 Wakefield Street

Submissions will not be returned.


Judging Criteria
- The winning poster design will be rated by a panel of three judges appointed by Wellington City Council. The winner will be announced by 26 March 2010.

- The winning poster design will effectively communicate the Ethnic Forum’s title and theme from a distance and will draw the viewer in for a closer look. The winning poster will also reflect the close relationship between the Council and the ethnic communities

Award Agreement
The winning poster design submission and subsequent final poster design becomes the property of Wellington City Council, which reserves the right to revise or modify the design in any way it deems appropriate. The designer will be given credit in all use of the poster. The designer may continue to use their winning image as part of their CV and professional portfolio materials.



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