GAAC requires all Recipients to recognize GAAC and NEA in all materials, publications, and programs that are supported by GAAC funds and in which other funders are credited. This includes programs, newsletters, brochures, fliers, ads, calendars, posters, press releases, films, videotapes, websites and all electronic transmissions. Note: any organization receiving operating support funding (Recovery Grant) must provide this recognition for the entirety of the fiscal year of funding. The GAAC and NEA logos must be reproduced in the same size and proportion as that of other sponsors. It must be reproduced as it is provided, without alteration.
If there is no printed material associated with a program, oral credit must be given. The statement below must be provided before the event or performance, and during any radio broadcast or audiotape for the hearing impaired.
“This program is supported in part by the Greater Augusta Arts Council through a grant from its partner agency – the National Endowment for the Arts.”
GAAC reserves the right to change the language of the required acknowledgement of Arts Endowment support, as well as the right to disallow the use of our logo and acknowledgement of our support.
Acknowledgment of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) must be prominently displayed in all materials and announcements for NEA funded projects. For print materials, use the NEA’s current logo whenever possible along with the following phrase: “This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts” GAAC encourages you to include “To find out more about how NEA grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.” For television broadcast, display of the Arts Endowment logo and web address (arts.gov) is required.
Please use the downloadable logos found here. Click on each logo to download.