All grant recipients are required to prominently display the North Carolina Arts Council logo with tagline and credit lines on-site at funded events and in all digital and printed publicity materials. We also encourage you to use this on your website, electronic newsletters, and in as many materials and places as possible. Your display of these items serve to recognize the investment by the North Carolina General Assembly in our grants and programs.
In all communications, North Carolina Arts Council should always be written out on first reference. N.C. Arts Council is acceptable on second reference. NCAC should not be used.
North Carolina Arts Council logos must be used for all grants, either state or federal funding.
[Download N.C. Arts Council logos]
Choose the appropriate credit line to use with the Arts Council logo, depending on your grant award’s source of funding. Credit lines must also be displayed on all digital and printed publicity materials:
State funds and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds
Please make sure that all digital instances of the N.C. Arts Council logo link to NCArts.org.
Use the hashtag #NCArts across social media.
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If you list donor participation on printed materials or your website, you must include the North Carolina Arts Council in the appropriate category (e.g. sponsors, directors, benefactors, etc.)
All grantees are required to write their state legislators and thank them for appropriating funds for their grants and inform them of project activities and community impact. Copies of these letters must be included with final reports. We hope grantees will also invite legislators to attend performances, exhibitions, and other project-related activities.