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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

You've Still Got A Week to Submit!

A while back I was asked to judge an upcoming billboard competition that is taking place in conjunction with the Equilibrium printmaking conference in Saint Louis at the Sam Fox School of Design. There is only one week left until submissions are due so if the feeling strikes you, submit before February 1st! Ill be heading out to Saint Louis in mid March for a panel discussion and will snap some great pics of the winning entry. Oh and according to one of the organizers, the SGC membership fee is being waived for people not attending the conference that still want to apply.
"Equilibrium: Writ Large is a billboard competition presented in conjunction with the 2011 SGC International Conference, hosted by Washington University in St. Louis. The billboard, which will be installed at Good Citizen Gallery in St. Louis from March 1-31, 2011, will address the conference theme Equilibrium—an exploration of the challenges, fluctuating forces, and continuity of print in the 21st century. The jurors are Jordan Seiler, founder of Public Ad Campaign, and Andrew James, director of Good Citizen Gallery."


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