Atlanta officials are inviting local creatives to design a new logo for the City’s LGBTQ Affairs Bureau.
According to a press release, One Atlanta–aka the Mayor’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion–has announced “the kick-off of the official design contest for the City’s first-ever LGBTQ Affairs logo.”
The city-wide contest “invites all inspired community members, students, artists, and design firms throughout the state of Georgia to create and submit a logo that is representative of the diversity of the City’s LGBTQ community.”
Interested parties are asked to submit “a low-resolution JPEG, no larger than 7MB, to firstname.lastname@example.org between Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 12:00:00 EST and Monday, July 16, 2018 at 11:59:59 pm EST. One winning logo design will be chosen by senior City officials and LGBTQ community leaders.”
Following the victory, the successful design “will be also announced on the City’s website, social media, by direct contact, and in press material distributed by the City of Atlanta communications team.”
“Once adopted, the new City of Atlanta LGBTQ Affairs logo will be featured on the City’s Website, social media sites and documents related to Citywide LGBTQ affairs efforts.”
All interested parties are asked to visit visit www.atlantaga.gov/lgbtq for more information. Additionally, all relevant submissions and questions may be emailed to email@example.com.