The AEPJ is organizing a competition within the framework of the European Days of Jewish Culture 2023 for the creation of its official poster, on the theme “Memory”. The competition is open to the Coordinators and Organizers of activities of the EDJC and they may distribute this call among their networks.
The purpose of the competition is to create the 2023 poster for the European Days of Jewish Culture, which will be published online on the association’s website, printed and distributed by the national coordinators on various media (brochures, posters, press releases, websites, etc.) all over Europe.
The poster must include the AEPJ logo (including the Council of Europe logo), the EU flag with the text “Co-funded by the European Union” and the National Library of Israel logo; the word “Memory” and the name of all participating countries. The theme chosen for the 2023 edition is Memory. An inspirational text is available on the AEPJ website and these values must be reflected in the design. All these resources are available at https://bit.ly/EDJC2023posterResources.
To participate in the competition, the participants will have to send a poster in JPEG and PDF, as well as in editable format in PSD (Adobe Photoshop) and AI (Adobe Illustrator). The poster must be sent before February 7 at midnight to firstname.lastname@example.org
The winner of the competition whose poster has been selected by the jury will win a weekend in Brussels (September 1-3, 2023) to participate in the EDJC kick off at the European level, as well as in the reception that will be held.Read the competition Terms and Conditions and participate now