We are delighted to announce the winner to our ‘AACess All Areas’ Multimedia Competition that ran October – November this year. Entrants were asked to submit original pieces including artwork, videos, songs, or poems, that captured what AAC and/or accessibility meant to them.
Our winner was Nancy Petrone, a woman with a passion for drawing and painting. For our competition, Nancy drew elephants to symbolise her device. She stated that elephants are “good luck”, and “that’s what my device is to me”.
A reminder that we have extended our AAC Awareness Month competition with the closing date for all entries now the 30th November 2017.
The theme is AACess All Areas, and we invite you to submit original pieces including artwork, videos, songs, or poems, that capture what AAC and/or accessibility means to you.
We will be offering two prizes of $100 for the best entry, to be judged by an external panel.
Submit your entries via email to: email@example.com
ISAAC Conference 2018 Call for papers
Theme: AACess all areas
Submissions close on September 30, 2017 @ 18:00 GMT.
Congratulations to Lisa Lehmann, the winner of the #AACpic photo competition!
October is AAC awareness month, and ISAAC Australia is proud to announce our inaugural AAC photo competition. To be in the running to win a prize, email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet to @isaacaus (#aacpics). The competition closes on 30/10/15. All photos showcasing AAC are welcome. Good luck!