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The Con Is On! Help Design A Bold New Look For Medford Comic Con!

Medford Comic Con Logo Contest

 

Are you working on your logo for Medford Comic Con ? We are waiting for your entries! Only one month left to get your submissions in on Sunday, November 18.

Winner will be announced Saturday, December 15.

More details and official rules can be found here:

http://jcls.org/mcc

The MCC Logo Contest Winner will receive recognition through MCC, the Jackson County Library District (JCLD), Jackson County Library Services – Oregon, What to do in Southern Oregon, and Astral Games Medford social media, as well as:

 

– Swag Gift Bag and $100 Gift Card from Central Art Supply for the first year

– Courtesy samples of all items the logo is used on for the first year (except banners) – Free Vendor Table for the following 5 years at MCC

– Online promotion of Vendor Table for the following 5 years at MCC

– Online promotion of graphic

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Rogue Gallery & Art Center announces receipt of $500,000 endowment from the estate of Eugene Bennett

Rogue Gallery Executive Director Kim Hearon shows a painting by Eugene Bennett. Image courtesy Medford Mail-Tribune

“This gift from his estate will enable the Rogue Gallery & Art Center to continue Eugene Bennett’s vision of bringing the visual arts to Southern Oregon” says executive director Kim Hearon. In addition to the endowment, the Bennett estate also appointed the Rogue Gallery & Art Center as the seller of his personal artwork from his estate. The Rogue Gallery will have a special exhibition of Eugene Bennett’s art on display and available for purchase from June 29 – July 6.

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