What do you value about Asian Pacific American culture? Share it by designing a 2013 Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Theme Poster!
The U.S Forest Service and the Asian Pacific American Employees Association (APAEA) invites you to design a theme poster for the Asian Pacific American Heritage month in May 2013. The winner of the poster composition will have an honor to have his/her poster displayed in the USDA Departmental May heritage month observance on May 23rd, 2013 where U.S Forest Service will have a booth. The poster will also be printed and displayed in the Washington Office, as well as posted on APAEA’s web site to commemorate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Poster Theme: The design of the content is flexible, but should be linked to the theme of “Building Leadership: Embracing Cultural Values and Inclusion” and/or ties Asian Pacific American culture with the work that the U.S. Forest Service does.
Details: The size of this poster will be 11×17 inches (the size of the regular Civil Rights poster). The design of the poster needs to pay attention to resolution. Symbols, letters, and numbers should be large enough. Contrast between lettering and background is very important. The poster should also be accompanied by a description of how the images and text relates to the theme.
Judges will look at creativity, clarity, and the tie to the Asian Pacific American heritage month theme. The winner will be announced by early May.
Deadline for submission: Friday, April 26th, 2013. Please email your poster in a JPEG or image file and any questions you may have to email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing the products of your creativity!
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