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Friday, May 25, 2018


9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

SY - Posterrorism International Art Exhibit

Posterrorism is an international poster design contest with the theme: against terrorism that is now is touring the world displaying the winning designs. The World tour began on October 25, 2017, with only two dates completed in Poland and Ukraine. Scroll to the bottom of the page for full event description and history.

Where:
Upper CC Totem Pole

When:
Wednesday, May 16th - May 30th, 2018

Contact jeffrey.martinez@pcc.edu for more information

Follow Posterrorism on Instagram here:
https://www.instagram.com/posterrorism/

Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1SyMJdvdzihVlRwSHFJWHFmS3NUUEV5d3F4Y2NNR2hYNW13/view?usp=sharing

The competition was organized independently by Hossein Mohammadi Vahidi and Mehrdokht Darabi from Iran and applications for designs opened internationally starting July 17, 2017, and the deadline set at October 1st, 2017. The goal is raising awareness of the wide range of political organizations who use terrorism to advance their goals and hope for finding the best ideas for setting up international plans to counteract the horror of the world.

The competition has ended and they announced the winners October 15th, 2017. 55 designs from 53 designers were chosen by the selection committee that composed of members from 5 countries who judged from the 1,124 entries from 36 countries that were submitted. After the competition, the next step is to tour the world with 25 invited famous graphic designers/professors are invited to accompany the final 55 designs

The final designs are touring the world beginning in Poland, Iran, Italy, Mexico and then USA Portland, Oregon could be the next destination. The goal of the event is to see different graphic designers from around the world talking about the same universal concern using different languages to inform that Today, a wide range of political organizations use terrorism to advance their goals. From the left, right-wing groups, nationalists, religious groups, revolutionaries, and even the ruling states, they use this weapon to advance their terrorist organization, creating refugees fleeing from their home countries. A hope to finding the best ideas for setting up international plans to counteract the horror of the world, with a lifestyle perspective on peace and peace for the world.

Posted by: Jeff