Alabama Gifted Children

 

2017 AAGC Conference Logo Contest

Purpose:

The purpose of the Contest is to design a logo for the 2017 AAGC Conference. The logo will be used for the 2017 AAGC Conference mobile App, online with the AAGC website, and in print for the AAGC Conference. The logo will be representing the 2017 Conference Theme, “Listening to the Voices of Gifted”.


Definitions:

“Entry” means a logo design created by the Entrant for the Contest.

“Entrant” means the individual student that submits the Entry under the terms of this Contest.

 

Tips for Teaching about Logos:
Have students research the following:

  1.  "how to create good logos" under Google.

  2. Research graphic artists and their careers.

  3. Research famous logos and companies' logos history and their designs.

Eligibility:
The Contest is open to individual gifted students in Alabama public schools.

How to Enter:

  1. Schools may have only ONE entry of the following grade level groups:  3rd-5th grade, 6th-8th, and 9th-12th.  For example, an elementary school that has the grades of third through firth grades needs to have an "In-house School contest" to declare the winning entry for their contest to be submitted for the AAGC Contest.  Multiple entries for the same grade from the same school will not be accepted.

  2. Each entry must include the individual student's name, grade level, teacher's name, and school name

  3. Each entry must be sent by the student's teacher via email to Awards/Contests Chairperson Debbie Dumais at AAGCcontests@gmail.com

  4. Each entry must follow the Submission Guidelines and Logo Design Requirements listed below.

  5. The deadline for the entries is May 1, 2017 at 11:59 PM CDT.

  6. We will acknowledge all entries within one week of receipt or deadline via email; however, we cannot be responsible for entries or responses lost in emai.

  7. There is no fee to entre the Contest.

Submission Guidelines:

  1. SIMPLE:  The logo entry must be simple with very few lines and colors.  It needs to look good in black and white as well as in color and the logo design may be changed into the AAGC organization color of purple.

  2. Flexible:  The logo entry must be easy to resize if needed.  The final version will need to be suitable for high quality printing in small and large printable versions.

  3. Unique:  The entrants must ensure that their entry does not already exist as a logo or other copyrighted images.

  4. Theme:  The logo entry must represent the 2017 AAGC Theme, "Listening to Voices of Gifted".

  5. Appropriate:  The target audience is primarily adult educators;  however, the logo must be a child's drawing of their interpretation of the theme. 

Logo Design Requirements:

  1. Submit the logo design in jpeg format only.

  2. The entire logo design must be 2 inches wide by 2 inches long.  Larger entries will not be sent to the judges.  Use a 2"x2" template to help students understand the limitation of the logo size.

  3. The logo design must be drawn on plain white paper or cardstock.  No lined notebook paper entries will be acceptable for judging because of the inability to delete the lines.

  4. The logo may be drawn in black and white, in a single color (black, purple, red, etc.), or with a few colors.

  5. The drawing lines of the logo must be distinct and clear.  Since the logo will be reproduced as a very small image, it is very important to have a clear drawing.  Remember to keep it simple.

  6. The logo must reflect the 2017 AAGC Conference theme, "Listening to the Voices of Gifted".

  7. The logo design may use the letters AAGC.

Judging and Selection of Winner:

  1. The winning design entry will be selected by judges appointed for the purpose and by the AAGC.  The judges are experts in the field of art and design and are not AAGC members.  Their decision will be final.  No further correspondence shall be necessary.  The Awards/Contests Chairperson's students are exempted from the contest due to the conflict of interest.

  2. The winning design entry will be recognized with an award presented to the individual student at the 2017 AAGC Conference in October, 2017.

   
  Gifted Education Month  The Alabama Association for Gifted Children (AAGC) will hold its annual conference at the McWane Science Center in Birmingham Alabama on September 21st, 22nd, and 23rd.  Our theme this year is "Gifted, From All Angles.”  Our program coordinator, Dr. Patti Wood has planned an abundance of sessions over the three day event that I am sure will  meet the needs of gifted specialist, parents and administrators seeking information on the unique population of students. 2016 AAGC Conference   
 

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