Logo Design Competition for Aboriginal Students
The Aboriginal Knowledge Circle will be advising the NSW Government on matters surrounding Aboriginal child protection and aims to make a difference to Aboriginal children and families – and we need your help to make a logo to represent us.
Aboriginal students are invited to enter a competition to design a new logo for the Aboriginal Knowledge Circle.
There are two (2) categories:
- Aboriginal Primary School students in NSW
- Aboriginal High School students in NSW
Students need to submit their original artwork as either a digital or painted artwork, with the size no bigger than 20cm x 10 cm.
The Logo Design Competition will end Friday 15 January 2021. There will be two (2) Apple iPads up for grabs, one for each category, valued up to $750 each. All entries will receive a letter from The Hon. Gareth Ward MP, Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services.
The competition is open to Aboriginal students in NSW under the age of 18 years. Parents, carers or guardians must provide permission for their child or young person to enter
How to enter
Please submit your digital or painted artwork - artwork size to be no larger than 20cm by 10cm.
It’s important that the entry is 100% your child’s artwork (i.e. it doesn’t use samples or elements of anyone else’s work) and is original (i.e. it hasn’t been used or submitted elsewhere).
For terms and conditions, and to submit your child’s digital entry, please see the entry form below or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send in original painted artwork to AbSec, PO Box 604, Marrickville NSW 1475.
Kids - make sure you have the permission of your parent, guardian or carer to enter the competition and get them to help you to submit your entry.
How we’ll judge the winners
A panel of Aboriginal Knowledge Circle representatives will review the entries and select two (2) winners after the competition closes.
The judging will be anonymous, with the winning entries being those that best capture the theme. Only the winners’ artworks will be used, and all other artwork will be returned to the artists. Digital entries will be deleted after the competition closes.
Before submitting your child’s entry, please read the terms and condition of the competition located below.
Kids, make sure you have the permission of your parent, guardian or carer and get them to help you submit your entry.
For all queries related to the competition, please contact us at email@example.com
Terms and conditions
By entering the competition, you, on behalf of your child, agree to the following:
- You are the parent/guardian/carer of the entrant, who is an Aboriginal person of Australia aged 18 years or younger (as of 15 January 2021).
- You acknowledge that the Aboriginal Knowledge Circle will only accept one entry per person, and understand that this will be counted as your child’s final entry.
- You acknowledge that your child’s entry may be copied or reproduced for the purposes of judging the competition and, in the event your child is a winner, for promoting the winners.
- You confirm that the submitted entry is an original work which has not been submitted to any other competition or published anywhere else.
- You confirm that your child is the creative producer and that you own the copyright.
- You acknowledge that there will be 2 winners of the competition – Primary category and High School category. The winners will receive an Apple iPad valued up to $750.
- If your child is a winner, you agree to:
- Grant the Aboriginal Knowledge Circle a permanent, royalty-free, worldwide, irrevocable, ongoing, non-exclusive licence (including a right of sub-licence) to use, reproduce, communicate, broadcast, publish, distribute, adapt, and modify the winning entries in all media.
- Consent to the Aboriginal Knowledge Circle’s use of the entry in whole or in part, with or without attribution of authorship to your child.