Logos and Acknowledgements
On January 1 2015 Arts Victoria formally transitioned into Creative Victoria, a new State Government body dedicated to supporting, championing and growing the arts and creative industries.
Through Creative Victoria, the Victorian Government supports a wide range of creative projects, organisations and initiatives.
All recipients of Creative Victoria funding, including those funded through the former Arts Victoria, must publicly acknowledge the support of the Victorian Government by:
- Placing the appropriate logo/s on all promotional materials and
- Using specific wording ('text acknowledgement') in any public speeches, interviews and in all text-only promotion of the project.
The specific logo to use for each funding program varies so please read the 'responsibilities' section of the funding program you have applied to.
Download links for the different logos, as well as the guidelines for their use on the following pages:
Recipients of Education Partnerships: Extended Schools Residencies funding, must also use the Australia Council for the Arts logo. The logo and guidelines for its use are available on the Australia Council website.
Text acknowledgement of the Victorian Government's support should be used in media releases, launch/event speeches and other promotional opportunities where a logo may not be possible.
In general, the following wording should be used:
"[This project/organisation] is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria."
However some programs, such as the Education Partnerships programs, may have specific requirements so please check the 'responsibilities' section of the funding program you have applied to and your funding agreement.