HU: A bécsi ENSZ Információs Szolgálat (UNIS Vienna) nemzetközi holokauszt témájú poszterversenyt hirdet 18 évesnél idősebb művészeti és/vagy design hallgatók/végzett hallgatók részére, akik a "Keeping The Memory Alive - Our Shared Responsibility” témában nyújthatnak be pályaműveket Ausztriából, Magyarországról, Szlovákiából és Szlovéniából. A beadási határidő 2017. október 9.
EN: UNIS Vienna invites Art and Design students over the age of 18 from Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia to submit original posters on the theme "Keeping The Memory Alive - Our Shared Responsibility" in keeping with the designated theme of the The Holocaust.
The International Poster Competition is a joint project of Yad Vashem and The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme and endorsed by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance. It is open to all organizations who wish to participate around the world.
UNIS Vienna invites students of Art and Design from Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia to submit original posters on the theme "Keeping The Memory Alive - Our Shared Responsibility” in keeping with the designated theme of the The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme in 2018. A committee of international judges, comprising experts in both design and in Holocaust Education, will be appointed to select the best posters out of all those submitted. The 12 highest ranking posters will enjoy high-profile display around the world. Prizes will be awarded for winning designs and the posters will be exhibited extensively, reaching thousands of people in dozens of countries.
Aug 2017 - Launch of Competition
9 October 2017 – Closing Date for Submission of Entries to email@example.com
15 October 2017 - First Round of Judging, semi-finalists submitted to Yad Vashem
10 November 2017 – 12 highest ranking posters chosen by International Panel, winners of 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes announced
December 2017 - Posters printed and distributed worldwide
27 January 2018 - Exhibition of posters opens in United Nations Headquarters, UNICs, Yad Vashem, partner organizations, IHRA countries