A.M.I.A. got their new poster by running a design contest:
World Day for Audiovisual Heritage Poster 2021
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Entertainment & The Arts
The poster is to promote World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. The UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (World Day) is celebrated each year on 27 October and highlights the importance of audiovisual archives and archivists in the preservation of our cultural heritage. Audiovisual materials include film, broadcast television and radio and audio recordings of all kinds. Archives, libraries, museums, and universities around the world plan activities such as screenings, lectures, exhibits, tours, etc each World Day. (Sample activities can be seen here: https://www.ccaaa.org/pages/news-and-activities/World-Day-for-Audiovisual-Heritage.html ). The poster will be available for organizations to promote World Day and these activities. The poster audience is the general public - to raise awareness of archives and the work they do, and to encourage the public to take part in World Day celebrations where they can. The audience also includes public officials and managers who oversee cultural heritage organizations and often have no more perspective of this work than the general public. The theme for World Day is “Your Window to the World” - media is our window to the world and preservation of that media is our window to our past. Potential representations could include audiovisual archivists at work, audiovisual materials, audiences enjoying audiovisual content, the creation of audiovisual content, or other such related topics. The Coordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives Associations (CCAAA) coordinates World Day each year on behalf of UNESCO. CCAAA is a network of relevant international professional archive organisations that reflect a broad range of interests across the broadcast media, arts, heritage, education and information sectors. Its member organisations represent different aspects of audiovisual materials which include films, broadcast television and radio and audio recordings of all kinds and it speaks with a common voice with the aim of promoting and encouraging the recognition of the audiovisual heritage as part of the world’s cultural and documentary heritage, and the preservation and the accessibility of the audiovisual heritage on an international level. The theme for World Day is YOUR WINDOW TO THE WORLD. The following text must be on the poster: Your Window to the World Take Part in the Worldwide Celebration World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 27 October 2021 #audiovisualheritageday ccaaa.org/wdavh2021 Two logos (attached) should be included - UNESCO, and CCAAA. The art should be delivered in AI or PSD formats so that the tagline and other copy can be translated into local languages around the world.
What's your vision?
A poster to promote the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, highlighting the importance of audiovisual archives and archivists in the preservation of our cultural heritage. (Audiovisual materials include film, broadcast television and radio and audio recordings of all kinds.) The poster will be used to promote World Day events throughout the world. The theme for World Day is YOUR WINDOW TO THE WORLD. The following text must be on the poster: Your Window to the World Take Part in the Worldwide Celebration World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 27 October 2021 #audiovisualheritageday ccaaa.org/wdavh2021 The art should be delivered in AI or PSD formats so that the tagline and other copy can be translated into local languages around the world.
Here is a link to last year's World Day events: https://www.ccaaa.org/WDAVH2020
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Poster starts at $199.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their poster.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
A.M.I.A. collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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