2016 Sweat Workshop Application
Now headed for its 10th year of design awesomeness, The SWEAT Workshop is seeking applicants for this year’s workshop. Created by Amy Fidler and Jenn Stucker, SWEAT gives designers and design students the opportunity to collaborate, create compelling poignant work and engage in some summer fun. And as with all good, hard work, SWEAT is required.

This year the workshop invites working professionals, students & recent grads to work together though a series of collaborative moments organized around different work "shifts"— allowing those with day jobs to participate without having to take a week off of work.

During this year's workshop, held August 4-7th, the participants will be introduced to an overall design objective where creative collaboration will determine how the project will be completed. Participants must be willing and available to attend at least 5 workshop "shifts" and uphold the responsibilities they decide to take on. Photos and progress will be posted on www.sweatworkshop.com to share with the design community.

WHEN :: August 4-7th
WHERE :: Fidler Farm, Monclova, OH
COST :: $65.00 PER PERSON // SWEAT is a non-profit initiative.
APPLICATIONS DUE :: July 28

BY SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION, YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:
• Intent to participate in the 2016 workshop for all self-determined shifts
• We will contact you by July 30 to indicate if you have been accepted. Upon acceptance, you must pay for your registration fee of $65.00 via cash, check or Paypal by August 4th.

CANCELLATION POLICY:
• If you must cancel for any reason, please notify us via email at sweat@sweatworkshop.com.
• Your registration fee is nonrefundable.

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR 5 WORK SAMPLES
Gang up all 5 work samples into 1 single screen-quality pdf. Make sure your last name is included in the file name of your work samples (i.e. Chip Kidd’s file should be kidd_samples.pdf). Email if you need more information about this process. *Note: previous sweaters do not need to send work samples.

WHO SHOULD APPLY:
Graphic designers (students, recent grads, professionals) and design loving/savvy artists.
Submit your completed application and URL or 5 work samples* to apply@sweatworkshop.com by 11:59pm on July 30, 2016.

SWEAT is a non-profit creative collaborative initiated by Jenn Stucker and Amy Fidler. Although we are educators at Bowling Green State University (BGSU), this workshop is NOT affiliated or sponsored by BGSU, therefore no college credit or grading will be awarded. To participate in this project is a connection you share with your fellow designers who are doing this because we love design, we love to think and we love to share our ideas. If you have questions, comments or concerns, please contact Jenn Stucker (jstuck@bgsu.edu) or Amy Fidler (afidler@bgsu.edu).

Name: *
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Street Address: *
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Phone (mobile preferred) *
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Email *
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URL *
optional. list a web address where we can view your portfolio.
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Name of an academic reference (and their email / phone, if not a BGSU student
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Why do you want to participate in the 2016 workshop? *
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What will you contribute to the workshop? *
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Shift Sign Up
This year's SWEAT will be comprised of several shifts, allowing people to join in, even if balancing a full schedule. In addition to the 2 MANDATORY shifts (Thurs Aug 4, 6-9pm and Sun Aug 7, 6-9pm), sign up for 2 (or more) OPTIONAL shifts. There is also open studio time where you can work in the space.
What shifts do you want to sign up for? *
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How will we see your work?
You need to send us a web URL or gang up all 5 work samples into 1 single screen-quality pdf. Make sure your last name is included in the file name of your work samples (i.e. Chip Kidd’s file should be kidd_samples.pdf). Email if you need more information about this process. (Note: previous sweaters do not need to submit work samples)
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