We are holding a banner and logo competition for the Jane Austen Festival of Australia.
The prize? A season ticket to the 2010 Jane Austen Festival.
The fine print
The banner should be 920 pixels wide by 180 high. For quick loading, the file size of the banner should be no more than 50Ks. Note that the banner needs to identify the site.
The logo should be provided in a scalable (preferably vector based) or high quality photoshop .psd working version so it can be incorporated in any potential printed documents. Please use a popular graphics format such as jpeg or psd. If we wish to use your design we’ll be in touch and can sort out any further technical details at that point and not be subject to a file size limitation. To send large documents we recommend you use yousendit.com . Send all files to Aylwen Gardiner-Garden at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Entries need to be received by the 30 September 2009.
Whether or not you win the competition, we will take any entry as consent to have the material you submit licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Use licence Australian variant 2.5.* This entails an implied assertion by you that the work is yours and/or that you have been granted permission to use and licence it under this licence. You further licence us to use the material in the event of us wishing to display or otherwise use the design you submit.
21-23 April 2017
Jane Austen Festival Australia is an annual celebration in Canberra where Austen and Napoleonic fans from all over Australia come and indulge themselves in everything Regency - including dancing, music, food, games, archery, fencing, theatre, promenades, grand balls, talks, workshops, costumes and books. This festival is now a regular part of the ACT Heritage Festival, Australian Heritage Week and is supported by the ACT Government, the Australian Costumers Guild and the Earthly Delights Historic Dance Academy. Since its inception in 2008 this little festival has blossomed into one of the most delightful four days anyone could experience each April in an old and beautiful part of Canberra, the Federal capital of Australia.