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Finding Our Center – the Arvada Center’s New Brand

Posted by Nick Bade on April 01st 2019 to Center News

The new visual identity of the Arvada Center represents the multi-faceted and dynamic work that takes place in our building every day.

Conceived by local Denver agency AOR, the new visual identity of the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is a multi-faceted, dynamic representation of who we are and what we do. The bold colors illuminate the vibrancy that the arts and humanities bring to the lives of our visitors, while the starburst shape emulates the energy and varied nature of our cultural landscape.

As the Arvada Center celebrates our past, we simultaneously look forward to the future.

With a record of excellence spanning over 40 years, the Arvada Center maintains our commitment to curating, creating, and producing national-caliber arts, humanities, education and entertainment.

“We truly believe that there’s something for everyone when you step through our doors,” says President and CEO Philip Sneed. “We are proud to be truly multi-disciplinary and offer programs that you can not only relate to, but programs that resonate – no matter who you are, no matter where you’re from.”

Visitors of all ages and backgrounds experience the power of the arts and humanities at the Arvada Center. We embrace and leverage the power of these experiences to expand our reach to more patrons, students, teachers, volunteers, and community members.

With a new brand as our backbone, the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities continues to act as a beacon of creativity in our community. Our vision is to enrich the lives of our visitors through powerful experiences in the arts and humanities – helping others to see, hear, feel, and think a little deeper. Here, you can truly find your Center.

3 responses to “Finding Our Center – the Arvada Center’s New Brand”

  1. Regina Macy says:

    Great logo. Thanks for the thoughtful regarding.

  2. It’s bright and colorful. Will it replace the current sign facing Wadsworth? Needs better illumination to be seen as you drive by. I like the new signage.

    • Sarah Kolb says:

      Hi Sylvia – yes, we will eventually replace the sign on Wadsworth so it’s both easier to see and fits in with our new signage! Thank you!

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