Save the Date for NCUIH's 2020 Conference: March 25 - 26, 2020 at Nationals Park, Washington, DC

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Save the Date for NCUIH's 2020 Conference


"2020: New Opportunities for
Urban Indian Health"


March 25 - 26, 2020 at 
Nationals Park, Washington, DC

  • Registration and hotel booking information coming soon!
  • To become a sponsor, email mraimondi@ncuih.org to be sent the sponsorship guide when it is available!

Call for Artists

 

The National Council of Urban Indian Health invites Native American artists to submit their artwork to be featured on promotional materials for their upcoming 2020 NCUIH Conference. The artwork should reflect the theme of this year's conference, which is: “2020: New Opportunities for Urban Indian Health”.

Please join NCUIH in celebration of the 2020 NCUIH Conference and submit a high-quality photograph or digital copy of your artwork today.

The featured artist will receive $150
or a vendor booth at the conference!


Submissions are due
no later than January 1, 2020.

Artwork can be digital or traditional, as long as the image you submit meets the specifications below. Non-digital art (such as pencil sketches or paintings) must be scanned or photographed in high-quality format to meet the specifications. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to events@ncuih.org

Photo Specifications

  • Orientation: portrait
  • Dimensions: 8.5in x 11in
  • Quality: 300 dpi or higher
  • Format options: png, .psd, .jpg

Alternatively, for a front and back continuous cover page:

  • Orientation: landscape (but the image should be aesthetically divided down the middle)
  • Dimensions: 17in x 11in
  • Quality: 300 or higher
  • Format options: .png, .psd, .jpg
Submit Now
The artist selected will be notified by January 30, 2020.
National Council of Urban Indian Health is a national membership non-profit organization devoted to the support and development of quality, accessible, and culturally-competent healthcare services for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in urban settings.
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By NCUIH, posted on Tuesday December 17, 2019
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