Call Out To Design Our Almanac Festival Brochure



Call Out To Design Our Almanac Festival Brochure


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We want to commission a piece of print for our new Almanac festival. Almanac will be a ‘micro-festival’ of art, ideas and collaboration presented by BCA and all the people we’ve worked with over the last year. We aim to commission a designer/illustrator to work with us in the same way that we commission artists to work with us.

We see Almanac as an opportunity to collect together everything that’s happened in the last 12 months, as well as a chance to look to the future and think about what we can do next. All the artists we’ve commissioned this year will contribute new ideas for festival events and activities, as well as showcasing the outcomes of all our commissions.

The festival will run from 22nd to 24th February 2013 all around Bedford.

All responses to the brief should be submitted by 12noon Friday 14th December 2012. We will shortlist 3 for interview on Tuesday 18th of December, appointment will be made by Friday 21st December.

Please Download the file for the full design brief.

Design Brief for Almanac Festival


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