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PRESS RELEASE: Hahnemuhle announces sponsorship contest for their Lumijet paper range
The contest will begin March 2007 at SPE in Miami, FL. The Hahnemuhle sponsorship contest will sponsor students and their colleges with Lumijet paper during the upcoming 2007-2008 school year. Hahnemuhle will reach out to schools and students across the United States to find their contestants.
The students from the participating schools will need to submit an image printed on Lumijet paper by July 6th, 2007 to enter the competition. The qualifying schools will be chosen by their student's image and decided on by the Hahnemuhle committee. Four schools will win a sponsorship of Lumijet paper which is worth $5000 and the lucky student from that school will be awarded a $500 sponsorship in Lumijet paper towards a solo exhibition. Rules and further information regarding this competition can be found by logging onto our website www.hahnemuhle.com. You will need to choose the English version on the homepage, click on Products, Digital FineArt, Lumijet and then you will find Lumijet Sponsorship contest. Once you click on the Lumijet Sponsorship Contest link you will find information on the contest, plus a file to download the contest rules.
The Lumijet range includes a variety of fine art inkjet papers made according to the strong tradition of fine art paper making at Hahnemuhle from the purest spring water and high-quality cellulose. This premium range is enhanced with a Photo Gloss and a Photo Pearl paper with a micro-porous coating, as well as a 100% cotton Canvas. The inkjet coating ensures cost-effective, professional and above all long-lasting fine art prints with maximum color gamut and color saturation for photographers', graphic designers' and image providers' daily activities.
The Hahnemuhle paper mill has been producing quality artist's papers for over 420 years. Since its founding in 1584 they have developed experience and a tradition of excellence in art materials that is now been brought to the digital age, and fine art inkjet printing. The German based company whose headquarters are in Dassel, has 150 employees worldwide.
(First posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 at 16:30 EST)