Call for Artists! 2021 – 2022 Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition
2020 – 2021 Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition Winner
“Untouchable” by Joshua Hansen
It is our pleasure to extend an invitation for you to enter the 2021/2022 Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition.
This year marks the 33rd annual Salmon Conservation Stamp Art Competition and the winning image will be selected to produce the 2021/2022 stamp. Fisheries and Oceans Canada issue the Salmon Conservation Stamp, which is purchased and affixed to the license of each tidal water angler who wishes to retain any species of salmon.
Please read through the 2021 – 2020 Artist Stamp Competition Rules carefully. We hope to make it clear that we encourage and welcome representational images such as First Nations art and that not all entries will include traditional habitat backgrounds. Please note that the winning artist may not enter the competition for two years following the year that they win the competition. Also of note, PSF is not responsible for any brokerage fees and customs charges for delivery to and from the USA.
Should you know of anyone who would like to enter this competition, please forward this information to them or inform our office of their name and address and we will send the information to them directly. Entry Forms can be found here and should be returned by mail, fax or e-mail to:
Pacific Salmon Foundation
Attn: Christina McIntyre
Suite 300 – 1682 West 7th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6J 4S6
Fax: (604) 664-7665
All artwork must be received at the office of Pacific Salmon Foundation by:
4:00 pm on Friday, October 30, 2020
The competition will be held on a date to be determined this November, with consideration for social distancing and public health guidelines. Specific details to follow.
We look forward to your reply and we hope that you are able to enter this year.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.664.7664
You can access the rules and regulations as well as the entry form here:
2021 – 2020 Artist Stamp Competition Rules