Michigan Mosaic Music Festival Wins Gold Addy
The Mid-Michigan ADDY® Awards recognized a promotion package for 2012's Michigan Mosaic Music Festival, produced by MessageMakers, with a Gold Addy award for creative excellence, its highest award.
Online, April 8, 2013 (Newswire.com) - It's not a belt buckle, but it'll do. The Mid-Michigan ADDY® Awards recognized a promotion package for 2012's Michigan Mosaic Music Festival, produced by MessageMakers, with a Gold Addy award for creative excellence, its highest award.
All materials-posters, postcards, tickets, and website-share imagery and typography reflective of the event's themes: an illustration of a lone guitarist in a cowboy hat to represent the country musician headliners, and iconography reflecting the diversity performances that give Mosaic its name.
"It was great to have a lot of creative freedom to illustrate what Mosaic was all about," said Andy Doerr, senior graphic designer for MessageMakers. "And as a country music lover, I could put myself in the audience's boots, provide some of that flavor they would expect, and hopefully encourage them to come out."
2012's Michigan Mosaic Music Festival had the highest attendance yet recorded.
About the Addy Awards
The ADDY® Awards is a three-tiered national competition conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation, honoring excellence in all media including print, broadcast, out-of-home and public service advertising. The Mid-Michigan ADDY® Awards is sponsored by the Mid-Michigan Creative Alliance (MMCA). Proceeds from the ADDY® Awards help support MMCA's educational programs, public service projects and proactive government relations efforts.
About Michigan Mosaic Music Festival
Michigan Mosaic Music Festival is a free community music festival featuring country music and performances highlighting the diversity of our region. It is produced by the Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art (MICA), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that serves as a catalyst for community development through quality arts programming. See http://www.michiganmosaic.org or call 517-371-4600 for more information.
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