Logo design contest announced
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Tahoe Arts Project is embarking on its 25th year with the start of the 2011-2012 performance season this coming fall. To celebrate, it will introduce a commemorative logo and would like the community’s input.
This is an opportunity for designers and students to create a new logo for Tahoe Arts Project.
The winning logo will best represent Tahoe Arts Project and its mission.
The winning designer’s logo will be used on all performance programs and publications for the 2011-’12 season, along with the designer’s contact information. The logo will be credited to designer, and brief biography of the designer will be submitted with all news articles featuring TAP’s 25th anniversary. The winner will also receive season pass tickets for the 2011-’12 season.
To enter, print the design on 8.5 x 11 paper, and mount on black board with a 1-inch border. Mail this to Tahoe Arts Project, PO Box 14281, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151, or drop it off at Al Tahoe Learning Center, 1100 Lyons Ave. Room C3. Please call first. Digital files can be mailed to email@example.com.
Files may be Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Publisher, or PDF files. Fonts must be outlined and colors in CMYK.
Designs must be submitted by May 31.
The number “25” or the words “25 Years,” must be part of the logo, but removable in subsequent years, while still retaining the pleasing design qualities of the logo. Please submit a design both with and without the numbers.
No specific colors are required.
“Tahoe Arts Project, A non-profit organization” must be somewhere on the logo. The letters “TAP” may or may not be used in the logo.
The winning design will be used on letterhead, business cards, and programs in addition to large formats for banners and posters. Design accordingly.
Tahoe Arts Project is a bi-state, non-profit organization that hires professional performing artists to perform at 10 local schools, serving more than 5,000 kindergarten through 12th-grade students to meet the need for high-quality performing arts activities for the region’s children. For more information, visit http://www.tahoeartsproject.org or call 530-542-3632.
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