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    IGA LOGO COMPETITION DEADLINE EXTENDED(30 Jun 2016)
    By IGAPostgradReps

    CALL FOR ENTRIES

    THE INTERNATIONAL GOTHIC ASSOCIATION LOGO COMPETITION

    WITH £50 CASH PRIZE

     

    The International Gothic Association (IGA) was established at the University of East Anglia, UK, in June 1991 and has since united teachers, scholars, and students from around the world interested in Gothic fiction, drama, poetry, art, film, and other forms from the eighteenth century onwards (including the prior sources of Gothic). The purpose of the association is to exchange and expand knowledge of and research on the Gothic as widely and effectively as possible mainly through its biennial academic conferences and its academic journal, Gothic Studies: An International Journal of Criticism, Theory, History, and Cultural Studies.

    Celebrating its 25th year in academia, the IGA is taking steps to strengthen its ever-growing scope of international members and to carry its brand further in the global academic world. In line with this ambition, we are currently looking for a new logo which will primarily reflect the IGA’s position in the academic world and its strong objectives. The logo will be of great importance for the IGA brand and used for the upcoming new IGA website, all social media accounts as well as academic conferences and publications. We believe this is a great opportunity specifically for the talented members of the IGA to engage with the association in a different way and leave a significant mark that will carry the IGA for years.

    Please send your entries with the subject box saying ‘The IGA Logo Competition Entry’ to igapostgrads@gmail.com until the 15th July 2016. Don’t forget that the competition is open to public and the winning logo design will receive £50 cash prize! In terms of technicality, the logo should be in high resolution PNG or JPEG format. Yet, we welcome all styles of design, from 3D to charcoal drawing, so free your Gothic imagination!

     

     

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