Enter the Cincinnati Coffee Festival Poster Contest; Event is a fundraiser by the Ohio River Foundation


The Cincinnati Coffee Festival is now accepting entries for the 2022 Poster Contest. This is a chance to showcase your artwork in front of thousands and support the Cincinnati coffee and tea community.

The winner receives:

• 2 tickets to the Cincinnati Coffee Festival
• $250.00
• Framed copy of the winning poster
• Recognition on the Cincinnati Coffee Festival website

The Cincinnati Coffee Festival is the largest coffee festival in the Midwest, drawing thousands of attendees as well as coffee roasters, coffee and tea shops, bakers, patisseries and chocolatiers from across the region. With rehearsals, demos and live music, it’s a must for coffee lovers. This year’s event will be held October 22-23 at the Cincinnati Musical Hall.

The deadline for submitting posters is March 11 at 5 p.m. For entry forms, detailed requirements, and additional information for the competition, visit the Cincinnati Coffee Festival website at https://cincinnaticoffeefestival.com/poster-competition/.

The winners will be announced on April 8th.

The Cincinnati Coffee Festival is a major fundraiser for the Ohio River Foundation, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit organization with successful programs to protect and improve the water quality and ecology of the Ohio River and its watershed. Coffee has a natural connection to this mission. The slogan of the festival is You can’t have great coffee without great water.

The design of the poster must be adaptable for all uses, including posters, t-shirts, program material and other festival uses.

The winning poster will be chosen by a panel of judges selected by the Cincinnati Coffee Festival.
Artist must be at least 18 years of age and reside no more than 75 miles from downtown Cincinnati. Artists may submit more than one entry (each entry requires an individual entry form). Questions can be directed to Judi Cogen at [email protected]

The Ohio River Foundation (ORF) is dedicated to protecting and improving the water quality and ecology of the Ohio River and all water bodies in its 11-state drainage basin. ORF works towards these goals through environmental education and conservation activities designed to promote environmental protection for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future citizens. For more information, visit www.ohioriverfdn.org.


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