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The Westford Cultural Council is looking for a new logo, designed by current high
school and college students who reside in Westford. The winning design will be used on
all WCC websites, social media accounts, press releases, and promotional materials,
and the winner will receive a $200 award.
Submissions are being accepted through May 31, 2019 at 6:00 PM and should be sent
to [email protected]
Logo Contest Rules
All current high school and college students who are residents of Westford are
eligible to participate.
The logo submission must be in .PNG file format. Any software program may be
used to create the design.
The logo MUST include “Westford” and Cultural Council” in the logo design.
The logo should be versatile enough to be used on a website, brochures,
stationary, press releases, social media, etc. Make sure the logo is recognizable
when resized and will look good in black and white.
No copyrighted or trademarked images should be included in submissions.
The logo will become property of the Westford Cultural Council.
Logo designs must be submitted to the Westford Cultural Council at
[email protected] no later than 6:00 PM on Friday, May 31,
The Voting Process
The members of the Westford Cultural Council will determine the winning logo design.
All entries will be judged based on the following criteria:
Artwork’s relevance and clarity in design
Overall creativity and concept
The logo design should be electronically submitted on an 8.5”x11” page along with the
Contact information, including name, Westford mailing address, and email
Grade and School Name
Information about the Logo Design (Description of what the logo signifies or the
meaning behind the design)
Winners will be notified by Aug. 31.
The Westford Cultural Council is part of a network of 329 Local Cultural Councils
serving all 351 cities and towns in the Commonwealth. The LCC Program is the largest
grassroots cultural funding network in the nation, supporting thousands of community-
based projects in the arts, sciences and humanities every year. The state legislature
provides an annual appropriation to the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, which
then allocates funds to each community.