ART + EFFECT – High School Poster Contest
The Graphic Design and Fine Arts Department at Cabrini University will be hosting its second annual High School Poster Contest this fall. The objective of the contest is for students to create a conceptual poster where they can explore a variety of media from traditional to computer-generated based upon the theme of immigration.
Entries will be juried on originality, craftsmanship and thematic message. Judges are professional graphic designers. Selected works will be presented in an exhibition at Cabrini University on
November 18, 2018.
Immigration – The interpretation of immigration is open and can be viewed in a variety of ways. Possible topics are but not limited to: DACA, dreamers, refugees, sanctuary cites/schools, causes of migration, deportation, family separation, unaccompanied minors, etc.
- Size: 21.75" x 29" (Vertical only)
- Name "lastname_firstname_school_grade.pdf"
(ex: smith_john_MHS_10.pdf / John Smith, My High School, Grade 10)
- .PDF saved as “High Quality Print”
- Maximum File Size: 10MB
- Contest open to all high school students
- Submissions can incorporate a variety of media from traditional to computer-generated
- A successful poster design will integrate type and image to impose a unique message
- Only one entry per student
- Entries must be submitted by Oct. 12, 2018. SUBMIT HERE
Click here to download: Art + Effect Contest flyer
If you have any questions about the Art + Effect High School Poster Contest, please contact Jeanne Komp, firstname.lastname@example.org