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Kildare Arts Plan Design

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Culture Night 2012 saw the launch of a fresh publication – Kildare County Arts Development Plan 2012-2016 – (Continue to) Make Inroads.

This design showcases the role of the Arts office in promoting and nurturing Arts Services throughout the county of Kildare. We produced a book with a 6 page cover to highlight the great work produced in conjunction with the Arts office over the last 5 years.

The book also houses a DVD in the back cover and is accompanied by 5 great ‘role’ pins inviting members of the community to wear a pin that they can relate to and play a role to mentor, inspire, curate, respond or broker (we like to wear them all together!)

Sometimes a design starts off well but then as it evolves it turns into something special. We think this design has grown this way. It’s always a great pleasure working with the guys in Kildare who were full of great ideas and jumped on board with all our suggestions too, resulting in something we are all a little bit proud of.

Client Comments:

“Can you please pass on our most heartfelt thanks to all of the staff in Penhouse who went above and beyond in helping us realise the new arts plan. The document really helps to highlight the work we are doing here. The feedback from people at the launch was excellent and we can’t wait to circulate the plan.”

Eoghan Doyle
Assistant County Arts Officer

“Hi gals, back in the office today and got the rather delicious arts plan alongside the badges. We are thrilled and delighted with it all. We’ve had lots of lovely feedback from people, including the Arts Council.  It is felt that it was very clear, crisp and well laid out. The people who confessed to only flicking through and not actually reading the text (gasp!!) felt that they had a good sense of the emphasis of the plan too!  The badges went down a treat also. Thanks a mill.”

Lucina Russell
Arts Officer,  Kildare County Council

Client:
Kildare Arts and Library Services,
Kildare County Council
Year:
2012
Design Brief:
Arts programme design, print management, matching pin designs for launch

Designed by Penhouse Design