Three new categories have been added to the renamed HP 2022 National Sign & Graphics Awards, with entries now open for work completed between 1 June 2020 to 7 March 2022.
| "A lot of creative and challenging work":
ASGA president Julie Rochester
“While we have only recently been able to celebrate the 2020 Awards due to ongoing COVID19 disruptions, we are excited to announce the 2022 Awards are now open,” said Australian Sign & Graphics Association (ASGA) president Julie Rochester.
“There has been a lot of creative and challenging work that has been achieved since June 2020 and the Awards provide the ideal platform for showcasing this to clients, suppliers and the wider general business community.
“Over the years, the Awards have changed to reflect the changing nature and feedback from industry. This year we have made a change to the Awards name to further clarify that the Awards cover a range of sign and graphics categories.
“We are excited to also announce that three new categories have been added: Training Innovation Award, Innovation Award and Sustainability Award. ASGA recognises that excellence in these areas are crucial for continually pushing the industry forward and we hope that showcasing the work here will inspire others to look for continuous improvement in these areas within their own businesses.”
Founded by ASGA in 2005, the Awards presentation is the premier event in the Australian sign industry. It’s been held every second year since 2006 to recognise and reward sign companies nationally for the achievement of excellence. The Awards showcase modern, digital and traditional signage.
“We are really grateful for HP’s Diamond sponsorship once again, who are joined by many of Australia's leading sign and graphics suppliers as Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsors, without whom the event could not be held,” Rochester said.
“The team of Awards judges are looking forward to being wowed by this year’s entries and celebrating the winners at the Awards Presentation Gala which will be held at the Aviary Crown, Crown Melbourne on Tuesday, 28 June, 2022.”
Full details on the Award categories and how to enter can be found here.
For over 40 years, ASGA has been the representative body for the sign and graphics industry in Australia. It covers signmakers, engravers, sign installers, signwriters, graphic designers, sign educators and apprentices, as well as sign industry suppliers.