Dear Mr. Doran,
Due to your information about contest for logotype I would like to ask if
an art and design student from Republic of Macedonia can also apply?
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 5:02 PM, Ryan Paul Doran (pip11rpd at
sheffield.ac.uk) via aesthetics-l <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear list members,
> The following advertisement might be of interest. Please feel free to pass
> on to anyone you think might be interested.
> All the best,
> Ryan Doran
> Shelby Moser
> Editors of the Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics
> *Competition to design new logotype for journal of aesthetics and the
> philosophy of art - £300 prize.*
> The *Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics (PJA)* will shortly re-launch as
> in Aesthetics*. The journal is running a competition to design a new
> logotype for the journal. The competition is open to undergraduate or
> postgraduate students at art and design schools or in fine art/design
> departments in any country. The designer of the winning entry will
> receive *£300*, and a short feature about the winner and their work will
> appear in the first issue of the journal. Entries should be submitted to
> edi...@pjaesthetics.org. Deadline for entries is the *18th of November
> Entries will consist of a design for a full logotype, consisting
> of “Debates in Aesthetics”, along with a shortened logotype, consisting of
> an acronym for the journal (perhaps “DiA" or “DA”). Entries to the
> competition will consist of two images in .jpeg, .pdf or .tiff format
> files. The resolution of the images must be at least 300dpi. As a journal
> of the philosophy of art and philosophical aesthetics, entries with
> aesthetic or artistic merit that nonetheless reflect the academic nature of
> the journal are strongly encouraged.
> The logotype of the journal’s current title can be found at:
> Examples of the logotypes used by other philosophy journals and
> learned societies can be found at the following addresses:
> British Journal of Aesthetics (http://bjaesthetics.oxfordjournals.org/)
> British Society of Aesthetics (http://british-aesthetics.org/)
> Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.
> American Society of Aesthetics (http://aesthetics-online.org/)
> Proceedings of Aristotelian Society (https://www.
> The Monist (http://www.themonist.com/)
> Nous (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-0068)
> *Debates in Aesthetics *will be a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for
> high quality articles and interviews in philosophical aesthetics. Published
> by the British Society of Aesthetics, the journal will particularly aim to
> provide a valuable forum for discussing influential philosophical arguments
> and ideas, and create continuity between postgraduate and professional
> Full rules of entry can be found below:
> Read the Rules carefully before submitting your entry, to ensure you
> understand and accept them. Submitting an entry in the competition
> constitutes acceptance of the Rules.
> The competition promoter is the *Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics *and
> the *British Society of Aesthetics*.
> To be eligible to enter the competition, you must be enrolled on an
> undergraduate or graduate course at an art or design school or in an art or
> design department. The journal reserves the right to verify eligibility.
> HOW TO ENTER
> Entries to the competition must be submitted by email to:
> edi...@pjaesthetics.org. Entrants should submit two images in .jpeg, .pdf
> or .tiff files. All entries must be accompanied by a .pdf containing a
> scanned letter, signed by the entrant, stating details of the course on
> which he or she is enrolled, together with the entrant’s contact details.
> The closing date is *18 November 2016*. Entries which do not meet the
> entry requirements and entries which are received after the closing date
> will not be considered.
> Personal data will only be retained and used by the Journal for the
> purposes of this competition. Personal data will not be passed on to any
> other parties without the prior express consent of the data subject.
> ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
> The image must be an original logotype that does not contain, incorporate
> or otherwise use any content, material or element that is owned by a third
> party or violates a third party’s intellectual property rights, including
> but not limited to the law of copyright or trade marks. It must not be
> subject to any third party rights or agreement which may require the
> journal to seek permission from or pay any sum of money to any person or
> entity as a result of its use. By submitting an entry in the competition,
> each entrant represents and warrants that his or her images meet these
> Each entry will be judged by a panel of judges consisting of the Editors
> of the journal, along with the members of the journal’s editorial board.
> Decisions and rulings of the judges are final and binding. The judges
> reserve the right not to award the prize if no entry is submitted which
> they judge worthy of the prize. The judges’ decisions will be final and no
> correspondence will be entered into in relation to their decisions or the
> The winning design will be used on the journal’s website and the cover of
> each new issue of the journal together with other communication and
> promotional materials. The winner will be notified by email in December
> INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
> By entering the competition, the winning entrant grants to the
> journal exclusive ownership of all intellectual property rights in the
> images submitted (including moral rights), including any necessary and
> relevant permissions relating to the reproduction of their entry in any
> media, as part of the publication and promotion of the journal (on a
> royalty-free, exclusive, perpetual, worldwide basis).
> Each entrant warrants that their entries are their own original work and,
> as such, they are the sole and exclusive owner and rights holder of their
> images and that they have the right to grant all required licenses and
> transfer ownership of the images.
> *Ryan Paul Doran*
> PhD student
> Department of Philosophy
> University of Sheffield
> Centre for Philosophical Psychology
> University of Antwerp
> Website: http://sheffield.academia.edu/RyanDoran/
> Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanpauldoran
> *Founder and Chair of iCog* - an interdisciplinary network
> for postgraduates and early-career researchers working in cognitive
> science. http://www.i-cog.com
> *Editor of Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics* - http://www.