Regional Arts Fund - Acknowledgement & Logos
The Australian Government requires that Regional Arts Fund grant recipients prominently feature visible recognition of the program’s support in all materials and publications related to the grant through both the use of a logo and a statement of accreditation.
This acknowledgement should be commensurate with that given to any other funding bodies, sponsors or donors for similar levels of support.
We have provided for download a “simple” version of the logo, which has the RAF and Regional Arts NSW logos combined with the required text, and a “simple” version with both logos and no text. More detailed versions of the RAF logos in different formats are available from the Department for Communications & the Arts. In most cases, the “simple” versions should be sufficient, and care should be taken when using logos from the Department’s website to include the necessary text statement where possible (given below). If you require a copy of the Regional Arts Fund logo in a different file type please email email@example.com.
Advertising and promotional material
A logo must be included in a prominent place on all advertising and promotional material associated with the project (e.g. brochures, flyers, posters and press advertisements).
Advertising and promotional material should also contain the appropriate accreditation of the Regional Arts Fund in a prominent place.
The prescibed text of the message is:
The Regional Arts Fund is an Australian Government initiative that supports sustainable cultural development in regional, remote and very remote Australia.
This text is included in the “simple” version of the logo available for download on the right.
All media releases regarding the project must include an acknowledgement, for example:
The project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, provided through Regional Arts Australia.
It is also appropriate to acknowledge the Regional Arts Fund’s contribution to the activity in other promotional contexts, such as opening speeches, media interviews, etc.