The Samuel Beckett Summer School 2013

The Samuel Beckett Summer School is pleased to launch its first Annual Bookmark Competition. The competition is open to students, artists and members of the public, and applicants are invited to design a bookmark inspired by renowned Irish playwright Samuel Beckett. The winning design will be printed as the official bookmark for the Samuel Beckett Summer School 2013, featuring on our promotional stand in Hodges Figgis book store this July. The winner will also receive a €50 voucher for Hodges Figgis. The winning bookmark will be given to all of this year’s Summer School lecturers and scholars.


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Competition details:
• Design an eye-catching bookmark inspired by Samuel Beckett, or his works.
• The design must be rectangular in shape and fit within the ratio 5cm x 15cm.
• Submissions should be made in digital format, accepted file formats are .JPEG .PNG .PSD
• Submitted images should be hi-res (at least 800px wide and 300dpi) but not exceeding 15MB in size.
• The design is for one side only and can be in black and white, or colour.
• Your design must include somewhere, our logo and the following text:
Samuel Beckett Summer School. 11 – 16 August 2013


A unique experience for students, scholars and lovers of Beckett’s works.
Trinity College Dublin
www.beckettsummerschool.com
www.facebook.com/beckettsummerschool

• Email your submission to: bookmark@beckettsummerschool.com with the subject line ‘bookmark competition’.

• Entries will be adjudicated by 2 or more members of the Summer School staff.

• Deadline: Monday 27th May 2013 at 5pm and the winning design will be announced on June 10th 2013.



The above is a press release from the South Tipperary Arts Office.

Published by Michelle Moloney King

Bookish and paintish! Mother, wife, teacher, and follower of flow.

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