How to participate in the the SAR Forum 2024 poster presentation?

Please follow the following instructions:


  • Register and purchase your SAR Forum ticket on Eventbrite.
  • On the Order Form, select "I want to participate in the poster presentation".
    We will contact you with detailed information and further instructions.
    (You have not received an E-mail yet? Please contact us via 

Please Note:

  • Only participants with a valid registration are eligible to submit a poster presentation.
  • Submission deadline: March 27, 2024





Note: Only participants with a valid registration are eligible to submit a poster presentation.

Send your digital poster (digital PDF format) to us before March 27, 2024.

E-mail to:


Bring your printed poster to the Forum on day 1 (April 10 before 2pm) to the registration desk for collection.


Once we receive your SAR registration and your digital poster, you can request an official ‘Invitation Letter’ via




The posters will be displayed in Mindlabs and the Fontys Academy of Arts in Tilburg for two full days during the Forum (April 10 and 11)

There will be a visiting moment in Mindlabs on day 1 at 6pm. During this time you are welcome to be present for questions/comments (not mandatory).


Poster size:

minimum size required: A2 (42 x 59.4 cm)

recommended size A1 (59.4 x 84.1 cm)

maximum standard size A0 (84.1 x 118.9)


Poster Orientation:

Portrait is recommended

Landscape is possible



  • Standard paper minimum weight 90 g/m2

  • If your budget allows 120 g/m2 or 163 g/m2

  • We do not accept posters printed on other materials than paper (i.e. wood, plexiglass,...)


Important Notes: 

  • By submitting your poster, you confirm that you have the right to publish the artistic research project.

  • There is no selection process in place. We trust our participants to publish in a fair/respectful/sensitive manner.

  • The posters will be attached to walls with pins.

  • We reserve the right to arrange the posters according to the space requirements.

  • Removal: You may remove the poster yourself earliest on April 11 at 2pm. 


General guidelines on how to prepare your poster:

A poster cannot (and should not) contain all information you have on the topic.


The standard format of a poster usually includes: 

Introduction of your Artistic Research Project

Methods Used

Results / Conclusions (if applicable)



Highly recommended: Do not forget to include a link to your more complete research online. We recommend using a QR code for instant interaction with the viewer. 


Some additional tips on how to design your poster presentation:

  1. Avoid clutter. Limit your poster presentation to a few main ideas.
  2. Keep the lettering simple. Use no more than three different font sizes; the largest for the poster title, second-largest for section titles, and smallest for text.
  3. Keep the colors simple.
  4. Transportation: use a poster tube to transport your poster safely.
  5. If your budget allows, print one extra poster (in case of damage)
  6. Include a QR code to your full research project online.
  7. We recommend you bring 2 printed posters.