Design Contest Will Determine the New November 2022 “I Voted” Sticker for Travis County
AUSTIN - The Travis County Clerk’s Office announces Travis County’s first “I Voted” sticker design contest. The contest is open to all students attending colleges in Travis County and the winning design will be used as the official “I Voted” sticker in the November 2022 election. The deadline to submit a design is Friday, April 22, 2022.
“The Travis County Clerk’s Office is excited to bring Travis County voters a limited edition “I Voted” sticker and to engage with college students in the electoral process,” said County Clerk Rebecca Guerrero.
Once all designs are submitted, a panel of three esteemed judges will pick the winning design. Judging will be based on the theme, uniqueness of the design, and artistry.
Participants must agree to the contest official rules and submit their design by completing an “I Voted” Sticker Design Entry Form. All submissions must be sent to [email protected] by 5pm on April 22, 2022. More information is available on the Elections website at countyclerk.traviscountytx.gov/departments/elections.
"I Voted” Sticker Official Rules
“I Voted” Sticker Design Entry Form
“I Voted” Sticker Consent Form
Press Release: Design Contest Will Determine the New November 2022 “I Voted” Sticker for Travis County
Meet the Judges:
Dawn Okoro is a multidisciplinary artist living in Austin, Texas. Her desire to make art sparked from her love of fashion illustration and design. Her work is influenced by punk and the composition techniques used in fashion photography.
Okoro has collaborated with Pepsico, with her art on the company’s LIFEWTR water bottles. Okoro’s work has been on set for productions at NBC, Sony Pictures, and BET. She is featured in Harper’s Bazaar, Architectural Digest, Hyperallergic, USA Today, W Magazine, and Essence. In February 2022, Okoro made her UK debut with her solo exhibition, “Mad Explosive Spontaneity.”
Education Associate, Mexic-Arte Museum
José Luigi is a creative problem solver with passion for education, all forms of human expression, and community building. Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, drawing inspiration between country and state borders, José has dedicated his life to facilitating access to the arts and arts education for all. Having taught high school art and now being the Education Associate at the Mexic-Arte Museum in the heart of downtown Austin, Texas, José continues to push and create curriculum that connects collaboration between BIPOC local artists with schools in need that garner support from local business and organizations who wish to get involved and also give back to their communities.
Cultural Investment Program Manager, City of Austin's Economic Development Department
Laura Odegaard currently serves as the Cultural Investment Program Manager for the City of Austin's Economic Development Department where she manages funding, capacity building, international partnerships, district development, cultural tourism, and special projects. During the COVID 19 pandemic, she created, launched, and administered over $30 million of emergency relief grants to creative individuals and organizations.
Laura has worked with artists, curators, and museums in the U.S., Europe, and the Caucasus Region developing exhibitions, innovative community engagement, and sustainable business strategies. She believes in the power of an equitable, accessible, and sustainable cultural ecosystem and its role in transforming a City.