Calling All Artists in Hawai’i for this Opportunity
Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, Hawai‘i’s oldest food festival, announces its Call for Signature Art for the official image of the 2018 Kona Coffee Cultural Festival.
Signature art is the completed version of the winning concept image submitted by the selected artist to be used by the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival. The concept image must be adaptable, in whole or in part, for the use in other media, including but without limitation, advertisements, T-shirts, magnets, brochures and rack cards.
Hawai‘i artists are invited to submit original Kona coffee art in all art forms including fine art, graphic design and photography. Artists of traditional media including oil, acrylic, tempera, watercolor, illustrations as well as computer graphics and photographers are invited to participate.
Artists are encouraged to be inspired by Kona’s nearly 200-year coffee heritage. Artwork should reflect the festival’s mission to preserve, perpetuate and promote Kona’s unique nearly 200-year coffee heritage.
Typography should not be included within the art. There is no entry fee to participate.
Budget: Monetary honorarium of $500
Deadline: Friday, April 6, 2018
How to apply: online or by mail (click the link below for more details)
Eligibility Requirements: The Poster Art Submission is open to Hawai‘i residents only. The competition is open to all Hawai‘i Island residents 18 and older. Selected poster artists from the two previous years are not eligible.
Special Notes: In addition to the honorarium, the winner will receive
- Name recognition on all print collateral, including poster, magazine and rack cards
- A feature on the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival website along with a link to the artist’s homepage
- A photo and feature in the Festival’s media kit and 32-page full color magazine
- Press release showcasing the artist and the art
- Name recognition on merchandise, apparel, and printed material featuring the selected artwork
Click here to read more or to apply to this call for entries