The Ministry of Youth Affairs sports and the arts of Kenya has announced the Logo Making competition for the government initiative, TalentaHela. The said initiative aims at empowering youth by monetizing their unlimited talents and creativity. The Cabinet secretary of the Ministry of Youth Affairs, sports and the arts recently unveiled the initiative.
During the unveiling event, the Cabinet Secretary also announced the Council and committees for TalentaHela. Accordingly, the ministry has now taken to its social media to promote the Logo making competition. The ministry observed that what remains is a logo to represent our identity.
Further, they called on the people of Kenya to participate in the event. The Facebook post said: Are you a creative gem? Are you able to convert your conceptual images into captivating identities? Are you an imaginative guru in the art of graphic design?
The authorities responsible for creating the #TalantaHela initiative are looking to tap into your power of imagination and conceptualization. The ministry announced the competition through a flyer that featured all the information. The Ministry of Youth Affairs, sports and the Arts will run the competition under their jurisdiction.
The information flyer specified that the final form of the Logo would be a .jpg file. However, the participants are free to submit their designs in any form readily convertible to that format. Accordingly, the ministry urged the interested participants to “take out your pencils, lay your canvas or better still, turn to your creative apps and design the captivating, representing and easily identifiable #TalantaHela logo idea.”
Submissions for the contest are open until Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at 9:00 AM. The top three (3) winning entries of the logo design contest will receive prizes of KES 300,000, 200,000 and 100,000. Meanwhile, The authorities responsible for organizing the competition will funnel the rest of the entries into an innovation program under the initiative.