The Boise Advertising Federation is hosting a Creative Competition for a Cause event on Wednesday, January 12th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
During the event, six teams will create and submit designs for the mural space in downtown Boise at the corner of 8th and Main. The murals will be designed for the Women’s and Children’s Alliance, and will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the organization.
The competition will be held at the WaterCooler, 1401 W. Idaho St.
Admission cost is $10, with proceeds benefiting the WCA and BAF.
It’s that time of year again.
The Call for Entries for the Idaho Advertising Federation’s Rockie Awards is now open. Entries are being accepted online now through February 4, 2011. Or, if you’re feeling generous (and don’t mind paying the additional fee), late entries will be accepted through February 11th.
Full details, eligibility requirements and more can be found on the Rockie Awards website.
Just a quick reminder that this Friday, May 22nd, is the deadline for entries into the Ad Age Small Agency of the Year competition. More details are available in the original post.
Advertising Age, which freely admits that they follow the money in their coverage of the marketing and advertising world, is now on the lookout for the Small Agency of the Year.
What does that mean, exactly? Well, from their website:
The aim of the awards is to try to uncover the best small agencies both in the U.S. (those agencies with fewer than 75 employees) and overseas (those agencies with fewer than 50 employees).
We are charging $150 per entry. Every shop that meets the size requirement is eligible, regardless of marketing discipline. And we’re not splitting this into categories by medium — we’re far more interested in finding the best ideas that did the most to move business.
There will be two categories: Best Small Agency and Best Small Agency Campaign. Ad Age will recognize a U.S. and International winner for each, as well as finalists for both categories. Profiles of the winning agencies will be published both in print and online on July 27th.
Cost to enter is $150 per entry. If you think you’ve got the goods, the entry deadline is May 22nd.
One final reminder that the extended deadline, with associated late fees of course, for the 2009 Rockie Awards is coming up this Wednesday, February 18th.
If you’re still on the fence as to whether or not to submit your work for this year’s awards show, you have until the 18th to make up your mind.
Technorati tags: 2009 rockie awards
Unless you’re fond of paying late fees, entries for the 2009 Rockie Awards are due by Sunday, February 8th.
Late entries will be accepted through February 18th, however they are subject to an additional fee (don’t say I didn’t try to warn you).
Technorati tags: rockie awards
Just a reminder that entries for the 2009 CLIO Awards are due by Friday January 23rd.
Technorati tags: clio awards
The deadline for the ACLU’s Restore America Poster Design Competition has been extended until Sunday, January 18, 2009.
Thanks Aaron for the tip.
Technorati tags: aclu, restore america poster design competition
The American Civil Liberties Union is presenting the Restore America Poster Design Competition, which is open to all designers across the country:
The ACLU (National) is challenging designers to “design a poster that depicts the transformation of America into a country that holds its leaders accountable; that strives to restore eroded civil liberties; that works to change policies that are unconstitutional.”
The winner will receive a $500 cash prize, and will have their design featured as part of the ACLU’s national campaign. Additionally, the ACLU intends to hold an event in Washington DC in January featuring the top designs.
Entries are due by Sunday, January 4, 2009. Full details about the competition are available on the ACLU’s Restore America website.
Technorati tags: american civil liberties union, restore america poster design competition, aclu
Entries are now being accepted for the 2009 CLIO Awards.
This marks the 50th anniversary of the CLIO Awards, and this year’s Festival will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. From the CLIO website:
We’ve seen a lot over the past 50 years. But what we really want to see is what the next 50 years hold. So, in the spirit of looking ahead, we’re moving west. More specifically, Las Vegas. And we’re not stopping there. We’re adding new categories, new award shows and a renewed pledge to honor only the most innovative and original thinking. You can help by answering one simple question. What have you done that hasn’t been done?
Think your work has got what it takes to win in this competition? Take your best shot, but be sure to enter by
January 23, 2009 February 13, 2009.
Technorati tags: clio, clio awards, clio festival, las vegas nevada