Deadline extended for Salmon Days artists

June 9, 2009

By Staff

The deadline has been extended to June 25 for area artists to create a special artist edition retail item for this year’s Issaquah Salmon Days Festival

Festival organizers will not produce a limited-edition print this year, but are instead having someone create a retail item for the festival’s 40th year.

Artists are invited to submit artwork for this special project. Artwork should reflect the festival and the salmon (returning, spawning, life cycle, etc.) and can be done in any medium that can be reproduced for print, screen printing or perhaps embroidery.

Submissions must be original artwork not previously used in any commercial reproduction. The selected artist will be compensated for artwork based on final usage, i.e., public recognition, monetary, final item samples.

Artwork may be submitted by mail, on disk, electronically or in person. Electronic submissions should be minimum 300 dpi. Lower-resolution pdfs for review are allowed, but must be available in higher resolution if selected.

All artwork must be received at the Festivals Office, 155 N.W. Gilman Blvd., or sent to no later than 5 p.m. June 25. All original artwork will be returned to artists.

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