After reviewing several logo options, the HCAC Executive Director and Board of Directors selected a modern logo that plays on the artistic traditions of Haywood County. The logo was described in this way by the designers: “Honoring the rich traditions of the region, this concept uses a simpliﬁed version of a traditional quilting pattern to act as a symbol of the Blue Ridge Mountains as well as the historical artistry of Haywood County.”
Lindsey Solomon, executive director of the Haywood County Arts Council, shares, “I am so excited about this new look for a new season of growth in the HCAC. Though our old logo was a more literal arts interpretation — dance, music, and visual arts — this version is more regional and abstract, allowing us to explore more artistic mediums and opportunities. I feel that it reflects our broader artistic community in a fresh way. I hope the community loves it as much as we do.”
The Haywood County Arts Council would like to thank the Fund for Haywood County and The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina, whose grant funding made this updated look possible.
For more information about The Fund for Haywood County, please contact Mallette at 828.734.0570. To learn more about The Community Foundation and its affiliates, visit www.cfwnc.org.
The Haywood County Arts Council is a nonprofit agency that serves artists and arts organizations in Haywood County. As an affiliate of the North Carolina Arts Council, the Haywood County Arts Council seeks to fulfill its mission to build partnerships that promote art and artists, explore new cultural opportunities, and preserve mountain artistic heritage.