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*Send to any art, design or creative folks you know; the contest is open to all!*
We are extending the deadline to June 1, 2015
The ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter is looking for a new visual identity and needs your help in designing a new chapter logo. This is an exciting time for our chapter as we prepare to host the joint ARLIS/NA-VRA Joint Conference in Seattle in 2016. The winning logo will be used on the Chapter’s website, Facebook page, documents, promotional materials, and more.* Our Chapter includes: Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and the Yukon Territory.
The contest is open to individuals, and membership in ARLIS/NA is not required. The contest is not open to companies, educational institutions, or organizations.
Deadline & Prize
The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2015.
The winner will receive a cash prize of $200.
The winner will be selected and notifications will go out no later than Friday, June 26, 2015.
More details, including submission guidelines and tidbits about our chapter, are found on our Chapter Website .
Please submit questions to Traci Timmons, Chair, ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter, at email@example.com.
* Please note this design will be used for NW Chapter materials only; this is not the design for the joint conference logo.
Nicole Lovenjak, Library Practicum at the Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives at the Banff Center, won the travel award to the annual ARLIS/NA conference. Check out her report of her experience here!
- Design Students Unlock Open Access — Sarah Polkinghorne, Subject Librarian for Art & Design, Drama, and Psychology, University of Alberta. Learn more here.
- Fresh Off the (Closed) Shelf: The Banff Centre Library’s Transition to an Open Stack Artists’ Books Collection — Nicole Lovenjak, Library Practicum, Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, The Banff Centre. View her poster here.
- The N Project: Leveraging Social Media to Promote Collection Material — Dan McClure, Director of Library Services, Pacific Northwest College of Art. See more on the project here and here.
- The Role of the Library in the Research-Creation Process of Fine Arts Undergraduate Students at the University of Victoria — Tad Suzuki, Learning & Research Librarian (Fine Arts), University of Victoria.
- Something Old and Something New: Building a Special Collection of Artists’ Books —Anna Korus, Library Manager, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta; Roxy Garstad, Collection Assessment Librarian, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta.
- Chocolates from Chocolate Arts of Vancouver BC featuring medallion designs by Robert Davidson
- A book card zip case from “Out of Print” filled with Portland and National Parks of the Northwest cards from the Multnomah Co. Library gift shop
- Earrings created by clsjewelry/Fine Jewelry Designs (Chapter member Christine Sundt)
- Iconic Portland t-shirt and skull pin from Portland’s Craft Wonderland
- A picnic plate designed by Mark Dion and a water bottle featuring Alexander Calder’s “Eagle” from the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park
- 4 issues of Visual Resources: An International Journal of Documentation and
- A Seattle sock monkey from Ballard Sock Critters of Seattle
- A First Nations insulated mug
- Smoked sockeye salmon
- “Look and Feel Canadian…” breath spray
Thank you so much to Debra Royer, Paula Farrar, Christine Sundt, Eileen Markson, and Sylvia Roberts for these generous and creative gifts.
The ARLIS/NA Northwest Chapter is looking for a new visual identity and needs your help. This is an exciting time for our chapter as we prepare to host the joint ARLIS/NA-VRA Conference in Seattle in 2016. The winning logo will be used on the Chapter’s website, Facebook page, documents, promotional materials, and more.
Complete entry information is here.
Congrats to Nicole Lovenjak, winner of the Northwest Chapter’s Travel Award to the 2015 ARLIS/NA Conference in Fort Worth.
Nicole, who is currently doing a practicum at the Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, The Banff Centre, is very involved with ARLIS/NA and will be presenting a poster about The Banff Centre’s transition to an open stack artists’ book collection. She also looks forward to talking with others at the conference about the challenges and positive outcomes of her project, Artists’ Books Canada.
Jenna Dufour, MLIS candidate at the University of British Columbia, won the travel award for the chapter’s annual meeting in Seattle, November 7-8, 2014.
View Jenna’s report here.