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Museum of Typography Yiannis and Eleni Garedakis 8th International Poster Contest “RACISM – XENOPHOBIA” 2024
The Museum of Typography Yiannis and Eleni Garedakis has announced the theme for its eighth international poster contest: “Racism – Xenophobia.” This year’s competition underscores the urgency of addressing a global issue that transcends borders. The event, aptly titled the 8th International Poster Contest, is scheduled to be held in the country of Zeus Xenios, on the island long recognized as the guardian of strangers since ancient times.
There should be a brief explanation text that goes with the poster, outlining its goals and content. Adults are invited; most are professionals and students studying graphic and visual arts. The first three posters chosen from the 30 by the jury—whose members will be revealed soon—will win hefty monetary awards.
The award-winning posters from the 8th International Poster Contest on “RACISM – XENOPHOBIA” 2024 will be showcased in the Museum of Typography’s amphitheater for a year. The awards ceremony is set for May 25, 2024, at the Amphitheatre of the Museum of Typography in Chania, Souda, Crete’s Park of Local Industries. Results will be announced during the event and published in “Haniotika Nea” newspaper afterward.
Each participant is limited to submitting one unique project that hasn’t been entered into another contest. The “Museum of Typography by Yiannis & Eleni Garedakis” and “Haniotika Nea” SA personnel are not allowed to compete. By entering the competition, the producers certify that the information they utilised to produce their work is unique and free of third-party copyrights. The authors of the three pieces that will be given away affirm that they have given up all rights to their creations. All or any portion of the content submitted by the 30 winners may be freely repurposed for any reason and in any format, original or modified, by the Museum of Typography of Giannis and Eleni Garedaki.