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2015 SLCC STUDENT ART SHOWCASE POSTER DESIGN CONTEST

Submissions are Due: Tuesday, February 17, 1 – 3 PM – or – Wednesday, February 18, 1 – 3 PM.
 
Where to Submit: 
Kaleb Elmer • Center for New Media • South City Campus • Room 2-059 F
The Visual Art & Design Department invites Salt Lake Community College students to participate in a poster design contest announcing the 2015 SLCC Student Art Showcase.
This contest is open to all currently enrolled SLCC and SLCC Concurrent Enrollment students.

(Professionals or instructors are not eligible. Entrants must be able to verify student status.) The winning poster design will be used to promote the 2015 SLCC Student Art Showcase on campus as well as other venues and media. In addition, a cash award of $100 will be given to the student winner.
 
Only 1 SUBMISSION PER STUDENT will be accepted. The SLCC Student Art Showcase Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any entry. The student winner may be asked to alter elements of the design for all the various art show applications as needed.
Poster design contest submissions will be displayed in 2-177 (SLCC South Campus, North End) from FEBRUARY 20 through 27. The SLCC Student Art Showcase Committee will make final determination as to winning entry.
 
REQUIRED SPECIFICATIONS for poster design contest:
Document Setup: Tabloid 11 x 17 inches (tall) output at 100%. Set top, left and right margins at .375 inch. The bottom margin should be set at 1.5 inches. This will allow a white border around the design.
 
File Format: File should be created in either Adobe InDesign or Adobe Illustrator ONLY. Adobe Photoshop may only be used to alter photos or create effects. Type works best in InDesign or Illustrator. Remember this is a PRINT JOB. The actual file should NOT be sent, but if chosen will need to be in one of the required native file formats, no pdfs.
 
Originality: Any illustration, graphic or photo must be the original work of the poster designer – or – a signed release form (if using another SLCC student(s)’s work, as in the case of photo or illustration) must be presented if a poster is chosen as the winner. NO STOCK PHOTOS. NO PUBLIC DOMAIN PHOTOS. If more than one SLCC student works on the poster, all must be credited and all must share in the winnings if chosen.
 
Color: 4 Color Process (cmyk) or Pantone Spot Color on white paper. NO RGB! Submission: ONE output of poster design MUST BE SUBMITTED. Do not mount.
 
Student Information: Please put your NAME, PHONE and EMAIL on the back, lower right hand corner of your poster. Posters will not be accepted if these three items are not listed.

Where to Submit: 
Kaleb Elmer • Center for New Media • South City Campus • Room 2-059 F

When to Submit: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1 – 3 PM – OR – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1 – 3 PM. NOTE: Submissions will not be returned.
 
REQUIRED INFORMATION TO BE ON POSTER DESIGN:
The Visual Art & Design Department Presents the 2015 Salt Lake Community College Student Art Showcase (The college name needs to be spelled out here! Abbreviations okay after this.)
 
April 10 – 23 • Monday through Friday • Noon to 6 PM • Multipurpose Room
SLCC South City Campus • Center for New Media • 1575 South State Street / SLC
SLCC students submit artwork online March 2 – 25.
For more information visit VAD / 2015 Art Showcase at: slcc.edu/visualart
 
All other copy is optional but subject to approval by the SLCC Student Art Showcase Committee if chosen.
 
 Questions? Contact Kerry Gonzales: kerry.gonzales@slcc.edu page1image31128 page1image31288 page1image32088

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