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Call for First Nations Artist Interpretations – FNESS Logo Design Contest
In the summer of 2022, the First Nations’ Emergency Services Society of BC (FNESS) will be launching our new website and introducing our new logo. We are looking for First Nation Artists to submit their artwork that reflects our work, our values and the four pillars of emergency management.
Courage: Strength and curiosity while determining the most beneficial actions with communities.Honesty: Open and transparent environments in all actions.Integrity: Consistent and accountable for all actions, assessing and adapting as needed.Passion: Acknowledging enthusiasm and initiative; rewarding success regularly.Respect: Inclusiveness and teamwork that allows fairness, balance, and harmony in all activities; appreciative of cultural diversities.Trustworthiness: Providing credible and state-of-the-art recognized services.
The relaunch of the FNESS brand will reflect First Nations’ resilience and culture, FNESS values, and the four pillars of emergency management: mitigation, preparation, response, and recovery.
To make a submission: Please submit an electronic copy or photograph of your artwork, a description of your artwork and how it represents the FNESS values and the four pillars of emergency management. Please also include a short artist biography.
The deadline for submissions is 4:00 pm on June 22, 2022.
Please send submissions to:
Jo-Anne HalesCommunications SpecialistCell: (250) 462-1752[email protected]Kamloops Office
We appreciate all submissions however only the winner will be contacted.