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8 Weeks left to enter the Currie Group 2024 Sign & Graphics Awards

Article courtesy of Image Magazine.

It’s two months until entries close for the Currie Group 2024 Sign & Graphics Awards, and organisers say entries are already flowing in.

“No matter what area of the industry you operate in, there’s a category for everyone in the Sign & Graphics Awards, providing us with a truly comprehensive and impressive showcase of what our industry is capable of achieving,” says ASGA Events Manager Michael Punch.

“Whether you produce traditional or digital signage, fabricated or printed products, large projects or small jobs, we are keen to see your work and recognise your achievements.”

As well as traditional hand-painted or airbrushed work, there are categories for digital LED and LCD signs, illuminated LED and neon projects, directional and way finding signage, engraved, fabricated and sculptural projects, pylon and sky signs, and large-format digital print, including printed fabrics, textiles and garments.

In addition, separate categories recognise excellence in installations, retail signage packages, router outputs, and awards to recognise the all-important inputs to the process, including in-house design.

Special awards are given for innovation and projects that achieve superior sustainability, and the critical area of new talent for our sector is recognised with a Training Innovation award and a Young Star Award. Small businesses of five or fewer staff also have a category of their own.

Mick Harrold, President of ASGA, is keen to spruik the benefits of entering the Awards, saying they are an excellent opportunity to showcase your accomplishments, recognise and reward your staff and promote your achievements to your clients.

“Purely by entering your best work in the Awards, you’re sending the message to clients that you have achieved a quality result for them, and perhaps most importantly, you are sending a message of appreciation and recognition to your team for their efforts in achieving those high standards,” Mick points out.

“Should you be a finalist or winner, of course, your achievements will be invaluable in marketing your business – so if you have achieved some great work this year, now’s the time to get your entries submitted.”

To be eligible for the 2024 Awards, projects must be completed between Tuesday, 8 March 2022 and Friday, 31 May 2024, and the entries must be received by 5 pm on Friday, 7 June 2024. Judging will take place later in the year, and the Awards will be presented at a gala dinner at Doltone House, Hyde Park, Sydney, on Friday, 6 September 2024.

“To give yourself the best chance of winning, it’s important to check the Awards Categories to make sure you are entering each job in the category to which it is most suited and also to understand the criteria on which entries in that particular category will be judged,” says Michael Punch.

“It’s also a good idea to remind yourself of the Terms & Conditions so that you can ensure you meet those and avoid unnecessary disqualification. All the details can be found online at”

The National Sign & Graphics Awards is held every second year. This year’s Awards are sponsored by Diamond Sponsor Currie Group, Gold Sponsors Avery Dennison, Graphic Art Mart, ORAFOL, Spandex and Visual Connections, Silver Sponsors Rowmark Australia, Roland DG, SMIB and Spicers, and Bronze Sponsors Ball & Doggett, Canon Production Printing, Celmac, HP, HVG Graphics Media and Pozitive Sign & Graphic Supplies.


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