E Tū Whānau Poster Competition 2018 - Info & Rules
No matter how big or small, we can all make a difference and be responsible for creating positive change within our whānau, hapū, iwi and community. E Tū Whānau is a movement for positive change in response to unacceptable levels of violence in NZ. It's about us taking responsibility to create the change we want, including changing bad attitudes and behaviour, and nurturing and celebrating the things that make whānau strong.
Art and design are powerful tools to communicate ideas, convey emotion, and inspire action. The values which underpin E Tū Whānau provide endless possibilities for innovative design, so this year for the first time we are running a poster design competition. Entrants can choose from one of the following E Tū Whānau values - Aroha, Mana/Manaaki, and Whakapapa - as the theme for their poster. Each entry must incorporate both the value WORD and the associated value COLOUR.
There are great cash prizes and gift vouchers to be won. Winning entries selected by our judges will effectively communicate the power and meaning of E Tū Whānau's values, and will be used to create new posters for each of the values. A cash prize will also be awarded for the entry that receives the most public votes overall. Entry opens on 1/10/2018 and closes on 31/10/2018. Voting opens on 1/11/2018 and closes on 11/11/2018. See below for full competition details, and go to www.etuwhanau.org.nz for more info regarding E Tū Whānau.
The competition organiser reserves the right to make any changes to competition rules and dates. If this is required any changes shall be notified via the E Tū Whānau facebook page. Accordingly competition participants should check the E Tū Whānau facebook page regularly for any updates.
- Entry opens - Monday 1st October 2018 at 5pm
- Entry closes - Wednesday 31st October 2018 at noon
- Voting opens - Thursday 1st November 2018 at 5pm
- Voting closes - Sunday 11th November 2018 at noon
- Winners announced - Monday 12th November 2018 at noon
HOW TO ENTER
- Design an A3 size poster incorporating ONE of the following E Tū Whānau values, and communicating what the value means to the entrant:
- Aroha - Giving with no expectation of return [Gold/Yellow]
- Mana/Manaaki - Building the mana of others, through nurturing, growing and challenging [Orange/Red]
- Whakapapa - Knowing who you are and where you belong [Green]
- Ensure the ETW value WORD and associated value COLOUR is incorporated into the poster design (for example, the colour could be used in the colour of the written word itself, or could be the dominant colour in the design etc).
- Save the poster design in jpg format (pref 300dpi, maximum file size 10MB) and submit it with your online entry form via the E Tū Whānau Facebook page.
- Entrants may enter as many times as they like but each entry must focus on ONE value only (not a combination) and ONE entry form must be completed per entry.
- Entrants may use any medium (eg: photography, paint, pencil, pastel, crayon, collage, digital, mixed media etc).
- Posters can be designed in portrait/vertical layout or landscape/horizontal layout.
- All entries shall be checked by the competition organiser within 24 hours of being received and if/when approved shall be uploaded to the competition voting gallery on the E Tū Whānau Facebook page.
- The competition organiser reserves the right to not approve an entry for any reason whatsoever. In the event this occurs, the competition organiser shall notify the entrant accordingly within 48 hours.
- Entrants must be New Zealand residents.
- Permission to enter from a parent or guardian is required for all entrants under 18 years of age.
- Entries must comply with competition rules, terms and conditions, as outlined on the E Tū Whānau Facebook page.
- Entrants must ensure that all information provided as part of the online entry form process is true and correct.
- Entries must be original and unpublished works.
- Entrants shall retain ownership of their poster design but shall allow the competition organiser free license to use all content entered into the competition to promote E Tū Whānau.
- Winning entrants will allow the competition organiser access to the original artwork entered and to make arrangements for it to be professionally reproduced at high resolution/specs and then returned to the entrant in a timely manner.
- Employees of the Ministry of Social Development, Māori Media Network Ltd, and Māori Radio are not permitted to enter the competition.
CATEGORIES & PRIZES
- Competition categories and prizes shall be allocated per the following :
- General (for anyone) - $2500 cash prize for each value
- Tamariki (for children up to and including 12 years of age) - $200 gift voucher for each value
- Most Votes (for the entry that receives the most votes overall in the competition) - $1500 cash prize
JUDGING & VOTING
- Winning entries for each value in the General and Tamariki categories shall be determined by the competition judges. The judges' decisions will be final and no correspondence shall be entered into.
- The winner of the Most Votes prize shall be determined by public vote. Any individual, including entrants, are permitted to vote once daily for any number of entries in the voting gallery on the E Tū Whānau Facebook page.
- Voting will be monitored and the competition organiser reserves the right to remove any suspicious votes.
- Entrants should endeavour to encourage whānau and friends to vote each day for their entries, and to promote their entries to as many people as possible.
- Prize winners shall agree to make themselves reasonably available for media interviews and give permission for their image to be used in relation to the ETW Poster Competition.
- If you have any queries regarding this competition, please contact the competition organiser, phone 027 2075016, email: email@example.com
- This link will take you to the E Tū Whānau Poster Competition on the E Tū Whānau Facebook page. Submit entries using the online entry form by clicking ENTER, or click VIEW GALLERY to view entries anytime or to vote during the voting period.
- For more info about E Tū Whānau and all of the six values that underpin E Tū Whānau please visit www.etuwhanau.org.nz
- You can show your support for this important kaupapa by signing the E Tū Whānau Charter of Commitment
- The E Tū Whānau Poster Competition 2018 is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook.