Guidelines on " Logo Design Competition "
REMINDER- ENTRIES DUE FRIDAY -JUNE 14,2013
We are looking for a NEW logo for our upcoming UAP_ON 10th Anniversary
Logo Design Competition:
Each participant shall only submit one entry for the competition.
Each submission should be in the form of a landscape drawing paper of A4 size (29.7 cm x 21 cm).
All entries should be in JPG or PDF format.
Logo Design Competition:
Relevance to the theme "UAP-OC 10th Anniversary / if there's any" (40%)
Aesthetic/Artistic presentation (30%)
Submit your logo design by Friday June 14, 2013 and you could win a (1) free ticket to our
1oth Anniversary and Induction Program plus plaque of recognition, date TBA.
We do not want to be too specific with the criteria. However, there are some general rules:
1. All submitted entries will not be returned.
2. The logo must include the name of our chapter "UAP-Ontario" in any way you see fit.
3. The logo should have a unique UAP-Ontario chapter look.
4. The copyright of all submissions will be vested with the organizers.
5. The judging panel members chosen by the organizers have the final decision on the results of the competitions.
Note: The preferred colour for the logo is red, white, blue and yellow as it is the major color of UAP-OC.
However, if you feel different colour works better for your design we would like to see it.(Check our present logo as basis)
A three member panel from Board of Directors will review all of the logo entries and choose a winning design.
The logos presented to the panel will not include any identifying information.
The winner will be notified by Friday July 26, 2013 by email and will be posted in our website.
The judging panel may request that the winner make minor alterations to the logo design.
Who Can Enter?
All UAP Members and Graduate Auxiliary are allowed to participate, individual entry.
All entries must be emailed to jackiep email@example.com. and CC to firstname.lastname@example.org provided with the following details: Name, Contact Number & Email Address.
We look forward to receiving your entries! Thank you and Mabuhay ang Arkitektong Pilipino!
For inquiries, please contact Jackielyn Calabocal (email: jackiep email@example.com) Or Severino Perez (email:firstname.lastname@example.org)
Care to Share
“It is better to light one small candle than to curse the darkness.” – Confucius
Knowledge sharing has become one of the most important activities in our organization. Our members' expertise are being shared through seminars and hands-on training conducted by UAP Ontario Chapter.
Things to know
Our Incoming President
Carlos F. Lacuna, UAP delivers his speech during the 9th Anniversary of UAP-Ontario Chapter.
UAP-Ontario by-Laws signed
Past President and UAP-Adviser Severino Perez, UAP signing the new UAP-Ontario by-laws.
Seminar organized by UAP-Ontario Chapter in April 2012.
The winning team lead by Rommel Lumbao, UAP second from left and Rommel Agulto, UAP, standing further right, during the annual UAP Golf Tournament, July 8, 2012.
Romano Manuel, UAP (right) showing off his winnings during the UAP annual christmas party 2012. With him is Oscar Luz, UAP, the party coordinator.
New Program for Foreign Experienced Architects
Effective September 21, 2012, the CACB administers on behalf of the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA) a new program for foreign-trained architects who wish to become certified for licensure/registration in Canada. You will find more details at this link:
September 21, 2012
"I was so excited when I first arrived in Canada. The country is so promising and Canadians always welcome new comers like me.
But working in the field of architecture is another story.
In the first few months I have a high hope of landing a job in an architectural office but that gradually eroded when I didn't get any call for an interview.
I started working for a company not related to architecture until I met someone from UAP-Ontario Chapter.
As a new member, I started to learn new skills from training conducted by the chapter, became aware of other members' experiences and began to gain back my self-esteem.
Eventually, I found myself sending resumes again until I got the right job for me.
Thanks to UAP-Ontario Chapter.
J. Cruz (member-UAP-ON)
“I never thought a dream to become an architect in Ontario is possible until I became a member of UAP-ON Chapter.
The UAP-Ontario provides a variety of informations through trainings and seminars, and during one of those seminars I attended, I've learned about the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB).
Now I'm already an intern architect and looking forward to my license to practice architecture in Ontario.
Jackie C. (member-UAP-ON)