The Salt & Soil Marketplace, a project of the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition, is seeking a Southeast Alaska based artist or graphic artist with fine art skills to produce the artwork for our first farmer’s market poster.



We are entering our second season as a market. We would like to kickstart the season with the first of an annual series of posters to help publicize and celebrate the market and the Southeast Alaskan bounty.

This poster is one of the most visible public elements of our brand, and will be placed around Southeast Alaska. Premium prints of the poster will be sold at markets and used in our membership reward tiers.


Tasks to be Accomplished

Create a design for the 2018 Salt & Soil Marketplace poster that includes elements or concepts that complement our current style, colors, and branding.


How to Submit a Proposal

Submit a written proposal and sketch no later than February 20, 2018 at 5pm. Email to or mail to 1107 W 8th St Ste 4, Juneau AK 99801.

Please include the following in the proposal:

  1. A concept for the design (11 x 17”) that includes the following elements:

    1. “Salt & Soil Marketplace”

    2. “2018”


    4. “Southeast Alaska’s Online Farmers Market” (optional) OR “featuring Southeast Alaska grown, made, and harvested”

    5. The entire 11 x 17 poster must have color/texture

  2. Examples of recent work (include a website address if samples may be observed online)

Once chosen, the artist will work with Salt & Soil Marketplace through concept development. There will be at least one consultation prior to the completion of the work. The completed design must be delivered to Salt & Soil Marketplace by March 28, 2018. Artist may retain the original work, however, the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition acquires all rights to use the art in any form. The image must be suitable for digitizing or submitted in a high resolution digital format suitable for printing at dimensions up to 24 x 36” at 300 DPI.



A stipend of $500 is available for this project

Please feel free to reach out with any questions or clarifications to:

Colin Peacock, Local Foods Coordinator at or at 907-302-3841