Frequently Asked Questions

 

Yes, as long as you have ties to New England, you may enter.

 

Yes, as long as you have ties to New England, you may enter.

 

You may enter as many pieces of work as you’d like. You also may enter one piece work into as many applicable categories as you’d like. If the work does not fit the category, The Hatch Committee reserves the right to re-categorize any entries. Such entries will be placed into their appropriate category as defined in the Entry Kit. Any piece that is moved by the Committee may be done so without notification.

 

You may only enter as a student if you are still enrolled in school and have worked no more than one year in the creative industry. Students may only enter their work into the Student Campaign and Student Single Entry categories.

 

October 24th at the House of Blues in Boston from 6pm-10pm. Purchase tickets here

 

Winners are not announced until the night of the Hatch Awards show.

 

The 2019 judges will be announced soon. They review the work in three rounds using a numerical scale of 1-10.

 

There is one Best of Show Winner and, for each category, several Gold, Silver, Bronze, Merit winners. The Best of Show winner will be announced and given an engraved, glass Hatch Bowl at the night of the awards. The rest of the winners will be announced and receive two Hatch bowls per winning entry.

 

No, sorry. Purchase tickets here

 

The two Hatch Bowl credits are the names you would like engraved on the Hatch Bowl if you win. The credits below are for our Hatch Book to showcase the work. Please add the Hatch Bowl Credit names into the rest of the credits to ensure they are featured in the book. Credits will re-open on August 19th-August 22nd for entrants to edit.