Crediting Guidelines for Grantees of The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage
This page contains information on how to credit support for your project by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Please read the information below carefully and consult the Crediting Guidelines FAQ at the bottom of this page for further questions.
Beginning in December 2012, please credit support for your project to The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Do NOT make mention of the individual program name and/or discipline area as requested in past years. See below for specific instructions.
Acknowledgement of funding in signage, programs, newsletters, other printed materials, and websites should appear in two parts:
- The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage logo
- Written acknowledgment
Be sure to include both of the above items in all marketing materials. In press releases, only written acknowledgment is required. If space does not permit for logo usage in marketing materials as described in given guidelines, please contact Nicole Steinberg, Communications Specialist. In addition, all website acknowledgements should link to the Center website at www.pcah.us.
Use one of the two Center logo TIFF files provided (color and grayscale) and the credit language below. Logos should never appear smaller than 7/8 inch high in print and 150 pixels in height on the Web. To learn more about how logos should be used, visit our Crediting Guidelines FAQ below.
"[PROJECT NAME] has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage."
If your programming has received support from more than one of our funding programs, please use the same written acknowledgement.
|Small-use logos: Click the logo of your choice to download the TIFF file.|
Crediting Guidelines FAQ
What is the minimum size at which the logo of my funding program should appear?
The logo of your funding program should appear no smaller than 7/8 inch high in print and no smaller than 150 pixels in height on the Web, so that the text is legible.
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 Nicole Steinberg, Communications Specialist. The logo should never appear without its adjoining credit language.
What if I require a different file size for large-scale use in posters, billboards, etc?
Please contact Nicole Steinberg, Communications Specialist at The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, or the Program Specialist of your funding program.
Is there ever a case where I should use a single program’s logo?
Starting with our 2012 grant cycle, all grantees are required to use the main Center logo. Please follow the crediting instructions as outlined above.
Is there ever a case where I should mention the individual discipline area(s) in my crediting language?
No. Starting in December 2012, all grantees are required to credit The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage only.
Is there ever a case where I should use the version of the Center logo that contains words on the tabs?
Starting in July 2013, we ask that all grantees use the version provided above that only contains the Center's name in the main box.
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 provided 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?
If you have any questions that are not answered here, please contact Nicole Steinberg, Communications Specialist at The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, or the Program Specialist of your funding program.