2020 Hatfield Logo Contest

Calling all Native American artists … Help us design a logo for the Hatfield Fellowship and win $500!

 

About the Hatfield Fellowship

The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde established the Mark O. Hatfield Fellowship in 1998 as a living tribute to Senator Hatfield to honor his accomplishments as Governor of Oregon and United States Senator. Each year, the Spirit Mountain Community Fund sponsors a highly motivated Native American to serve as the Hatfield Fellow, and intern in a congressional office for an eight-month term. Placement of the Fellow rotates through the Oregon congressional delegation to enhance the mutual understanding between leadership in Washington, D.C. and Indian Country, providing them with an invaluable opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of how to navigate the political process in Washington, while working on issues that directly affect Native Americans.

 

Logo Contest Rules

Eligibility:

  • All Native American artists are eligible to participate.

 

Submission Guidelines and How to Enter:

  • The contest is open from December 1, 2019 - December 23, 2019.
  • Logo designs must be submitted electronically to info@thecommunityfund.com no later than 5pm on Monday, December 23, 2019.
  • The winner will be notified by January 6, 2020.
  • If your logo is selected, it will become the sole property of the Spirit Mountain Community Fund.

 

Logo Design Guidelines and Parameters:

  • The purpose of this contest is to design a logo to be used by the Spirit Mountain Community Fund for use with the promoting the Hatfield Fellowship Program.
  • The logo design should reflect the broad nature of the Hatfield Fellowship, Spirit Mountain Community Fund & Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, with a focus on the Hatfield Fellowship.
  • Must include the “Hatfield Fellowship” and “Spirit Mountain Community Fund” in

the logo design.

  • The logo should be versatile enough to be used for website, brochures, print ads, press releases, etc.
  • Logos may be a drawing or a digital graphic, but all submissions must be emailed as a.JPG file.
  • Design should contain no more than four (4) colors.
  • The logo must be easy to use, handle, resize, and manipulate for all reproduction purposes.  It should be visually appealing on both small and large scales.
  • No copyrighted or trademarked images should be included in submissions.
  • Do not use clipart.
  • Must be recognizable when inverted and/or resized.

 

Intellectual Property:

  • Entrants affirm their submissions are their own original work, have not been copied from others or from previous designs, including their own, and do not violate the intellectual property rights of any other person or entity.
  • Submissions become the sole property of the Spirit Mountain Community Fund and may be used for any purposes, including, but not limited to, display on websites, business cards, letterhead, posters, and other materials.
  • The Spirit Mountain Community Fund shall have the right to adapt, edit, modify, or otherwise use the winning submission in part or in its entirety in whatever manner it deems appropriate.
  • If the winner is determined to have violated any rules, he/she will be required to forfeit or return the prize, even if the determination is made after the prize has been awarded.

Determination of Winner and Prize:

  • All entries will be judged based on the following criteria:
  • Artwork relevance
  • Clarity of design in conveying the theme
  • Overall creativity and concept
  • Visual appeal/impact
  • The winner will be notified by January 6, 2020.
  • The winner will receive a $500 prize for their logo entry.