Credit Guidelines

This page contains information on how to credit The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage’s support for your project. Please read the information below carefully and consult the Crediting Guidelines FAQ at the bottom of this page for further information.

All grantees are required to seek approval of all Center logo usage and credit language at least one week prior to printing and/or release. Please send all proofs, press release drafts, and materials to Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org for review.

Acknowledgment of funding in signage, programs, emails, newsletters, websites, advertisements, promotional videos, and other electronic and printed materials, should appear in two parts:

  • The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage logo
  • Written acknowledgment

In press releases, only written acknowledgment is required.

All web and email acknowledgments should link to the Center website at www.pewcenterarts.org.

If space does not permit for acknowledgment language and/or logo usage in marketing materials as described here, or if you have additional questions, please contact Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org.

WRITTEN ACKNOWLEDGMENT

General references to the Center should read:

  • Upon first reference: The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage
  • Upon following reference: the Center

Acknowledgment of Center funding for specific project or discovery processes should read:

For Project Grants:

[Project name] has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

When the Center Is the Largest Funder:

Major support for [Project name] has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, with additional support from [other funder(s)].

When presenting and/or promoting Center-funded work with a partner organization, grantees must discuss with and have crediting language approved by the Center prior to the publication of any project materials. Please contact Megan Wendell, Chief Communications Officer, at mwendell [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org.

For Discovery Grants:

Support for the research and development of [Project name] has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

For Advancement Grants:

[Name of organization] has been supported by an Advancement grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

For funded projects traveling to new venues and presentations of funded projects by an organization other than the grantee:

Original support for [Project name] was provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia.

If you choose to describe the Center in materials, please use the following language:

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage is a multidisciplinary grantmaker and hub for knowledge-sharing, funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts, dedicated to fostering a vibrant cultural community in Greater Philadelphia. The Center invests in ambitious, imaginative, and catalytic work that showcases the region’s cultural vitality and enhances public life, and engages in an exchange of ideas concerning artistic and interpretive practice with a broad network of cultural practitioners and leaders.

LOGO USAGE

Below you’ll find download links for the color version of the Center logo, as well as a gray-scale version. Please download the TIF file of the version that best suits your needs. (EPS files are available upon request.) The Center logo should appear no less than 7/8 inch high in print and 150 pixels in height on the web, to ensure legibility. The Center may allow resizing of the logo to 1/2 inch in print on a case-by-case basis; please contact Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org us to discuss your design needs.

Download the color logo (TIF file) >

Download the gray-scale logo (TIF file) >

 

SOCIAL MEDIA ACKNOWLEDGMENT

Grantees are encouraged to refer to The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage in social media posts relevant to their Center-funded project. The Center is on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn at the links below:

CREDITING GUIDELINES FAQ

Do I need to have my crediting usage approved by someone at the Center?

Yes. All grantees are required to seek approval of all Center logo and name usage at least one week prior to printing and/or release. Please send all proofs and materials to Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org for review.

What is the minimum size at which the Center logo should appear?

The Center logo should appear no less than 7/8 inch high in print and 150 pixels in height on the web, to ensure legibility. The Center may allow resizing of the logo to 1/2 inch in print on a case-by-case basis; please contact Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org to discuss your design needs.

What if I don’t have enough room for both the logo and the credit language?

If there is not sufficient space for both the logo and the credit language as described, please contact Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org.

Is there ever a case where I should mention the individual funding area(s) in my crediting language (Performance, Exhibitions & Public Interpretation, or Pew Fellowships)?

No. Grantees are required to credit The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage only.

What if I require a different file size for large-scale use in posters, billboards, etc.?

Please contact Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org.

Is there ever a case where I should use one of the older program logos or an older version of the Center logo?

No, please do not use older logos. All grantees are required to use only the current version of the Center logo, as specified above.

How should the logo look in relation to those of other organizations (co-branding)?

All Center logos must appear at a visually equivalent size to logos of co-branding partners. Please format other logos to appear in line with the main square of the Center logo. If the Center is the project’s main funder, place our logo first.

Can I alter the logo in any way?

The logo we provide for credit purposes should not be altered in any way, which includes any changes to proportions, typeface, color, size, or order of squares.

What if I have a question about logo use or credit language that isn’t covered here?

Please contact Joanna Volpe at jvolpe [at] pewcenterarts [dot] org.

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