Sticker Design Contest for Brain Awareness Week 2019


Fall is in the air, and that means it’s time to start thinking about Brain Awareness Week (BAW) 2019. The March campaign will take place from the 11-17 and unite the efforts of partner organizations worldwide in celebration of the brain. There is no better way to gear up for BAW 2019 than to enter our annual Brain Awareness Week Sticker Design Contest, which is now officially open!

In this competition, we challenge applicants from around the world to design an original sticker that expresses the spirit and mission of Brain Awareness Week. Participants can test their creativity and design skills for a chance to have their art printed and distributed on thousands of stickers during BAW.

For more details on entry requirements, visit our Sticker Design Contest page.  The design must include the words “Brain Awareness Week 2019” and the URL “,” for example. The sticker designs will be printed as either a 3” circle or 3” x 3” square, so plan accordingly. Aside from these basic guidelines, artists are encouraged to be as creative as they like! All designs must be submitted to by October 15, 2018.

After all submissions have been received, five finalists will be selected by Dana Foundation staff. Afterwards, voting will open to the public to choose our top three finalists. Contest winners will be announced at the end of November and will be awarded cash prizes. For a look at last year’s finalists, read this post. There is just about one month to submit a design, and don’t forget: the first-place winner becomes the 2019 campaign sticker. Good luck!

– Amanda Bastone

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