resources and logosfor grant recipients and partners
When your organization or project has received funding through the sub-granting process, you are required to display the North Carolina Arts Council and Jacksonville-Onslow Council for the Arts logos on your digital and printed marketing for the event, project or program that was funded. There may also be occasions where our strategic partners need to utilize the logo files provided here.
Each logo has specific brand guidelines. Please adhere to these guidelines. If you have questions or need assistance, please call the Council for the Arts office at 910-455-9840.
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NC Arts Council
Grantees must include the NCAC logo and the following credit line in all print and promotional materials related to the grant: “This project was supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.” on their materials and website where possible. The logo should not be reproduced from faxed or photocopied images. The logo should not be stretched out of proportion vertically or horizontally and should appear about the size of a nickel, although the size of a quarter is preferred. The web address “www.ncarts.org” is considered part of the logo and must be included.
Grantees may download logo files from the NC Arts Council website at http://www.ncarts.org/resources/grants/logo-use.
Jacksonville-Onslow Council for the Arts
Grantees should include the The Jacksonville-Onslow Council for the Arts logo on their materials and website where possible. The logo should not be reproduced from faxed or photocopied images. The multi-colored box icon must be at least .65 inches or 75px high. The logo should not be stretched out of proportion vertically or horizontally. PNG logo files with a transparent background should not be placed over brightly colored, busy patterned or clashing backgrounds. When used online, the logo should link to: http://jaxarts.com. In print, 300dpi/ppi resolution images should be used. The preferred logo files are horizontal, but in cases where space is restricted, the vertical alternate version may be used.
Download Primary Horizontal 300dpi JPG | Download Primary Horizontal 300dpi PNG
Download Alternate Vertical 300dpi JPG | Download Alternate Vertical 300dpi PNG