The Center for Strategic Studies and Management (CGEE), the Federation of Industries of the State of Ceará (FIEC) and the National Service of Industrial Learning (SENAI) throw contest to select the poster of the Second International Conference: Climate, Sustainability and Development semiarid regions (ICID 2010), to be held next August, in Fortaleza (CE).
Participation is free and open to people connected to the areas of Communication Arts or from all institutions of the country. Those interested can apply until the next day june 7.
With the theme, "Climate and climate change, environment, desertification and sustainable human activities in arid and semi-arid, the works must have 100 cm high by 70 wide. The director of the ICID, Antonio Rocha Magalhães, points will be registered only one original work per participant. Presentations will also be accepted collective, but in this case, the group must designate a person responsible for receiving communications from the Coordination of ICID in 2010 and, if the group is a winner, receiving the award.
"The projects may be submitted in electronic format, cardboard, canvas or cardboard. In preparing the poster may be used any means of expression, as charcoal, color pencil, crayon, tempera, oil, acrylic, ink, collage, photography and computer resources "- explains Magalhães.
If the work is presented on canvas or cardboard should be placed inside a cardboard tube coated or otherwise protected, and sent it to the following address: Centro de Gestão e Estudos Estratégicos (CGEE), SCN Quadra 2, Bloco A, Ed. Corporate Financial Center, 11º andar, Sala 1102, CEP: 70712-900, Brasília, DF. Projects already in electronic format should be sent to e-mail: email@example.com
There will be five finalists who will receive a certificate of recognition and will have their works displayed during the Conference. Furthermore, the author of the poster ranked first receive the amount of R$ 3,000.00 (three thousand of Reais).
The ICID is organized by CGEE and funded by partners such as the State Government of Ceará, Ministry of Environment (MMA), Ministry of Science and Technology (MCT), National Institute of Semiarid (INSA / MCT) and Bank of Northeast Brazil (BNB). To see the contest rules, go to www.icid18.org.