As most of you know, the NEA, in this case the National Endowment for the Arts, not the National Education Association (for my education readers), has a new tag line: Arts Works.
Today, the NEA has released an RFP for the creation of a new logo to illuminate the new tag line. The deadline is February 26th, so you have to act fast!
While visiting with senior students in a graphic design
class at DASH, the Chairman announced the RFP that invites proposals for a new
“Art Works” logo for the NEA. The proposed logos should incorporate all three of
the meanings of “Art Works” and tie them to the NEA in such a way that the
proposed logo might be used alone or in conjunction with the NEA’s current logo.
Chairman Landesman said, “Those two words – “art works”
– pretty much sum up everything we are about at the NEA, and I hope you will see
them everywhere. Art, artists, and arts professionals work to change the
communities they inhabit: they are placemakers and help create livable,
sustainable, complete communities. I look forward to having a logo that conveys
Here’s the press release, (will require you to enlarge the image a bit), with links: