Are you an up-and-coming designer? Do you have a passion for agriculture and rural Australia? Enter the Australian Young Farmer Challenge National Logo Competition and you could be in the running to win $2,500.
The Royal Agricultural Society of the NSW (RAS), in conjunction with the Australian Council of Agricultural Societies (ACAS), is launching a competition to design the logo for the Australian Young Farmer Challenge (AYFC).
Young Australians aged 18–35 are encouraged to put their design skills to the test to come up with an engaging and creative logo that captures the heart and soul of rural life and farming. Entries will be judged by a panel of experts with the winning design to appear on all marketing collateral, signage and digital channels relating to the competition, nationally.
RAS Senior Manager Agricultural Development & Youth Initiatives Jodie Dean said that she is looking forward to seeing the fresh new concepts.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for young designers to let their imagination run wild. The logo should capture the essence of this exciting competition, its competitors and agricultural life,” Ms Dean said.
“The RAS is committed to providing opportunities for young people to reach their potential and showcase their talent. We are pleased to be supporting this initiative and look forward to seeing the creative concepts developed.”
Entries close at 5pm, Friday 11 October, 2013 with the winner design to be announced on Friday 8 November, 2013.
More information, including the design brief and competition entry forms are available from: www.rasnsw.com.au/ayfc
What is the Australian Young Farmer Challenge?
The AYFC is an engaging, entertaining and fast paced event showcasing the talents of the modern day farmer and celebrates the involvement of young people in the industry. Teams must complete a series of practical challenges, racing against each-other while also being judged on safety and technique.
Source: RAS NSW Media Release, 6 September 2013