Submit your design now for this historical and juried poster exhibit. More information here. Deadline to submit: Dec. 20, 2014.
Coming soon to the Meadows Museum of Art
"See America": Advertising Our National Treasures through Graphic Design
February 28 - May 2, 2015
Opening reception: Feb. 28, 2015, 5:30-7:30 pm
Curated by Centenary’s Communication-New Media students, the Creative Action Network (San Francisco), the National Parks Conservation Association, and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library, this exhibition includes works from the See America advertising campaign from the 1930s to present. President Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration (WPA) created the first See America poster series, featuring our country’s most stunning locations to increase tourism and stimulate the economy after the Great Depression. San Francisco’s Creative Action Network (CAN) recently revitalized this series with an international design campaign aimed to support our National Parks. Centenary’s Design Communication students will select the WPA and CAN "See America" posters to be displayed in our galleries. Additionally, the Meadows will exhibit the best professional and student designs submitted from our region, which the Creative Action Network will also host on their website. See seeamericaproject.com.
For complete instructions and to submit, click here.