A fresh new logo for Arts OutWest

Filed : Governance .

We’ve adopted a new logo, updating our colour scheme and welcoming an image that is bright and easy to see across print and online.

We’re rolling this out over June so expect to see it on our new materials as we create them.

Designed by our communications officer Steven Cavenagh, this is the first new logo for our organisation in over 15 years.

The Logo: The circle is representative of the sun. It’s is a universal symbol with extensive meaning representing notions of totality, wholeness, the infinite, eternity, timelessness, all cyclic movement, no beginning and no end. The earth and the sun. The lines represent the landscape of earth and horizon. Also great for social media.

The Colour: Yellow Ochre is culturally significant to Aboriginal people within NSW and is used in ceremonies to bind people to each other and their Country. Ochre is recognised for its special healing powers which promote physical, emotional and spiritual health. The colour is tweaked to give it a brighter, more optimistic and joyful energy. Easy to identify and in line with current branding.

Upcoming Events

Thu 21

Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Art Gallery

Tue 1 January 2019, - Thu 31 December 2020,
Thu 21

Totally Trundle Exhibition

Wed 6 November 2019, - Mon 3 February 2020,
Dec 02

Arts OutWest Mobile Office: Grenfell

Mon December 2 at 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Dec 02

Arts OutWest Mobile Office: Cowra

Mon December 2 at 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Dec 04

Arts OutWest Mobile Office Molong

Wed December 4 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm