Are You The Next HR Conference & Expo Artist?

CPHR BC & Yukon is looking for an artist to create an original art piece to serve as the inspiration for the creative design of our HR Conference & Expo, 2023.

Our theme will be for the conference will be work worthy. This past year we worked with Rosalie Dipcsu, a contemporary First Nations artist and proud member of Squamish Nation on the design. Here is the conference website, which will give you a better idea of how we incorporated Rosalie’s art into the conference design.

After the event, the artwork will likely be displayed in CPHR BC & Yukon’s offices.

Selected artist will receive $1,500 dollars for their artwork and have the option of attending the conference on May 2-3, 2023 at the Vancouver Convention Centre, with the option of doing a meet & greet to speak with attendees about their artwork.

Things To Consider:

  • Please let us know if you have worked with an organization on commissioned work before
  • The artwork should not include icons, words, or a suggested logo for the event
  • Artwork should be inspiring, up-lifting, optimistic and people-focused/society-focused
  • Please consider that the artwork may be used in vertical and horizontal digital mediums, possibly only portions of the piece.
  • Artist MUST live in BC or the Yukon.

*Deadline for submissions: August 12th.

2023 HR Conference & Expo Artist Application

We'd like to get to know you a little better. Tell us who you are, what inspires you, how you became an artist, what kind of art you're into and so on.
Max. file size: 300 MB.
Max. file size: 300 MB.
Sample Of Art 1 (image) (Optional)
If you do not have a portfolio, please attach three samples of your work below.
Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif.
Sample Of Art 2 (image) (Optional)
Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif.
Sample Of Art 3 (image) (Optional)
Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif.

CPHR BC & Yukon values diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and we are attuned to the strength and value that DEI brings to our Association at all levels. We are committed to developing and curating events that are inclusive and accessible. We work to include a wide variety of viewpoints and experiences by being intentionally inclusive with our call-outs for speakers, sponsors and volunteers. We know that it is critical that we create events that are inclusive of all people, especially those from communities that have been traditionally marginalized. We invite participation from speakers and presenters of all ethnicities, genders, ages, abilities, religions, and sexual orientations to voluntarily share any relevant information about their lived experience or background within their application.