Freeport Arts and Culture Alliance Announces New Name and Logo
The Board of Directors of Arts & Cultural Alliance of Freeport – the non-profit organization founded in 2015 by local citizens to support artists, arts and culture in greater Freeport – has announced that the organization will use exclusively the Meetinghouse Arts name for all of its operations, including events at the gallery and performance hall located in the historic First Parish Church at 40 Main Street in downtown Freeport.
“This is fitting as the gallery celebrates its first anniversary and the scene completes a full season of diverse offerings from local and regional artists,” said Meetinghouse Arts Managing Director Dana Legawiec. “The name Meetinghouse Arts shapes the identity of the organization as an arts center as well as the catalytic energy that brings people together to celebrate and activate arts and culture.”
Marking this name change is a new logo, designed by Mali Welch of All Over It Maine, designed to signify “the passion, energy and creativity inspired by the arts as well as the community’s rich cultural heritage and assets” , according to a press release.
A newly designed website, made possible through sponsorship by Bath Savings, will follow the name change and logo design, reflecting the growth of the organisation. The new website will provide access to the organization’s offerings as well as a calendar of cultural activities in the region.
Meetinghouse Arts’ mission is to “cultivate Greater Freeport as a vibrant center for arts and culture by fostering creative collaboration, expanding access to arts and culture assets, and amplifying arts and culture as a powerful tools to create, strengthen and connect community.
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