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Help Design the identity for Art Libraries Society of North America’s
Ohio Valley Chapter
ARLIS OHIO VALLEY website banner competition:
Ohio Valley ARLIS wants you to participate in designing its future. We
would like you to assist in the branding of the ARLIS Ohio Valley
The idea is to create a banner or header for the website.
The ARLIS Ohio Valley banner must include but not exclude:
* Image size: 780 width by 120 height
* Image format: JPG or TIFF
* Text: ARLIS Ohio Valley
* Iconographic images, text, colors in the form of art, libraries,
and ohio valley. Ohio Valley consists of: Kentucky, Ohio, Western
Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
Resources for Ideas:
* fame and bragging rights
* resume and portfolio materials
* FREE membership to ARLIS Ohio Valley and ARLIS-NA (a value of up
* credit for the design and an article in ARLIS Ohio Valley’
February 8, 2008 by 5:00 pm.
Please send all submissions to email@example.com. Remember,
submissions must be in JPG or TIFF format.
All entries become the property of ARLIS Ohio Valley for up to 3 months
after the close of the submission deadline. After which time the
designs not selected become the property of the designer. The winner
forfeits all copyright to ARLIS Ohio Valley and the design may not be
reproduced by the designer other than for portfolio purposes.
Information provided on your entry may appear in electronic or print
publications. ARLIS Ohio Valley assumes that all entries are original
and are the work and property of the entrant, with all rights granted
therein. ARLIS Ohio Valley is not liable for any copyright infringement
on the part of the entrant. ARLIS Ohio Valley is not responsible for
undeliverable, inoperable, or corrupted files.
This related information below is from the U.S. copyright office
Transfer of Copyright (from designer to ARLIS Ohio Valley):
Any or all of the copyright owner’s exclusive rights or any subdivision
of those rights may be transferred, but the transfer of exclusive rights
is not valid unless that transfer is in writing and signed by the owner
of the rights conveyed or such owner’s duly authorized agent. Transfer
of a right on a nonexclusive basis does not require a written agreement.