Logos and Crediting
Any organization receiving grant funding from the Charles County Arts Alliance (CCAA) is required to give proper credit to the CCAA and the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) in all promotional materials for any programs and events that are being financially supported with CCAA grant funds in the current fiscal year. This includes printed materials such as flyers, brochures, programs, newspaper ads, press releases, etc. It also includes internet-based electronic media such as email, e-newsletters, Constant Contact, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.
“Proper credit” is defined as displaying the CCAA and MSAC logos in a manner that is prominent, clearly recognizable and readable. The CCAA and MSAC logos should be placed in a prominent location on any single-page document or screenshot, and placed on the front cover of any multi-page document or homepage. The CCAA and MSAC logos are located below and may be downloaded.
In addition, the following statement should also be included in all printed and electronic media promotional materials to the maximum extent possible. If there is no printed program for the CCAA-funded program or event, the following statement should be announced aloud to audiences in real-time at the actual program or event:
“This program (event) is sponsored in part by a grant from the Charles County Arts Alliance and Maryland State Arts Council.”