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£250 and £150 prizes available


Applications are now open for STUDENT graphic design competition for choreographers Robin Dingemans and Nick Bryson's multi iteration work The Point At Which It Last Made Sense. 


Submissions must use as a starting point the photography and copy found at the following link.


Proposals MUST include the Ostrich group logo and funding logos, and funder credit copy. Proposals can be intended as eflyers only or as print & eflyer. Applicants are welcome to rewrite copy and alter and animate images that are provided but must not alter the funder and Ostrich group wording, and must credit the photographers.


Two prizes will be awared:

Best Graphic Design Award, The Point At Which It Last Made Sense 2014 £250 

Most Innovative Graphic Design Award, The Point At Which It Last Made Sense 2014 £150


ELGIBILITY: Open to all part time and full time students in the UK and internationally.


HOW TO APPLY: Submit pdf or jpegs to: Multiple applications are permitted. All submissions will be considered for both prizes and the judges may award both prizes to a single entry.


DEADLINE: Midnight Monday 14 April.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS: By entering the competition you give permission for your work to be displayed on the competition webpage, and in the case of being an award winner you grant permission for your submission to be used in future marketing materials relating to the project.


A chance to see the live stage iteration of the work is coming up at The Firkin Crane, Cork 21 March & Laban Theatre, London 26 March. It's not necesary to see the live performance to enter the competition.


The Point At Which It Last Made Sense disseminates in whatever media is appropriate it's products, creative findings and realisations generated.This multi iteration work hinges on extremes of advertising, intertwined with an exploration of beauty, from the profound to the superficial. The mechanism of evolution articulated as marketing tools, simultaneously mystical and baldly selfish. With performers paralympian James O’shea (UK) & Rosa Vreeling (NL).

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