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Extended Deadline: January 1, 2019, 5:00 pm Pacific Time.
This upcoming year, SNAG will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary and is holding an open design contest among our members for a
commemorative enamel pin that will be sold at the 2019 conference. In addition to design credit and publicity, the winner will receive a prize of $100, a one-year SNAG membership, and 5 enamel pins of their design.
What are we looking for?
Designs should be inspired by SNAG’s rich history and the evolution of our membership over the course of the last 50 years. Each entry should include the title “SNAG” somewhere in the design; allusions to our 50th anniversary are welcomed but not required.
- Extended Deadline: January 1, 2019, 5:00 pm Pacific Time
- All files must be received in pdf or jpeg-format for initial consideration; chosen pin design must be resubmitted in eps format.
- You must be a current SNAG member to submit a design.
- Email the files with the subject line “50th Anniversary Pin Design” along with the application information below to email@example.com
- Please include the following application information with your design:
- Phone number:
- Brief design statement:
SNAG is offering a limited number of Conference Student Scholarships for its 2018 conference in Portland, Oregon. We have changed our application process. Full or part-time students enrolled in degree or certificate programs will now apply directly to SNAG for conference scholarships. Deadline: January 25, 2018.
The Conference Student Scholarship covers the cost of student member conference registration ($175.00). Students who are awarded a scholarship will still be responsible for all travel to and from the conference, food, as well as lodging during the conference.
The Big Reveal: SNAG’s 2017 Student Slideshow
This presentation, originally shown at the SNAG conference in New Orleans in May 2017, represents the talent, creativity, and hard work of students. We sought out powerful and inspirational images from students pursuing certificates, associates, bachelors and master’s degrees.
SNAG’s annual digital presentation of student work represents the talent, creativity, and hard work of students pursuing certificates, associates, bachelors and masters degrees. The slide show was presented during SNAGneXt in Asheville in May 2016. Take a look!
“Alchemy in the Digital Age” is a 3-part digital presentation, shown at the SNAG 2014 conference in Minneapolis. It represents the talent, creativity, and hard work of students everywhere. All submitted work came from faculty at various schools. Organized by Brian Ferrell. Sponsored by Aaron Faber Gallery.