CAN I VOLUNTEER FOR THE 100 SHOW?
YES! We would love you to help us make the 100 Show come together!
Volunteers are needed to assist in all areas of the Salt Lake City 100 Show—from event check-in to set-up and take-down. Of course there are exciting benefits such as being involved with one of the most prestigious design competitions in the region and hanging out with local leaders in design. But most of all, experiencing this unique event that will help local designers interact and inspire, building a stronger creative community.
HOW MANY OF THE 100 AWARDS WILL BE WEB SITES?
The number of awards given per category will be at the discretion of the judges. They may choose to give 20 awards for web and 80 for other categories, or they may choose to give 70 awards for web and 30 for other categories.
IF THE WINNERS ARE NOT CHOSEN BY CATEGORY, WHY DO WE HAVE TO ENTER BY CATEGORY?
Different kinds of entries have different submission requirements. That is the only reason they are separated in the entry system. Printed project entries must provide actual samples of printed pieces in order to be properly judged. Web sites have no physical submission requirements, but require that a URL be entered. Ultimately, the judges will decide which 100 entries are the best, regardless of category.
CAN I ENTER A DOT DOT DOT?
The 100 show is meant to celebrate the best of design in Utah, interpreted as anything designed for a client for commercial use (you can be your own client). It must incorporate an element of graphic design, specifically some combination of typography, images, illustration, etc. We realize this is open-ended, but we believe that limiting the definition of “design” to print, environmental or web projects is a dated concept. If we did not specifically list the type of project you would like to enter, you may enter it under whatever category allows you to provide us with visuals/links/samples we need to have your project judged fairly. If we determine that your submission to be ineligible due to this ambiguity, we will remove it from the competition and refund your entry fee.
WILL I GET MY SUBMISSIONS BACK?
Due to high volumes of submissions, AIGA SLC cannot be held responsible for returning your projects. However, if you require your submissions to be returned, please contact Kassie@saltlakecity.aiga.org in order to make an arrangement for pickup.