Coral Springs Museum of Art launched a new logo and redesigned website. These changes coincide with several initiatives and the Museum’s annual meeting and Sweet Sixteen party on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. The Museum strives to deliver the right blend of both traditional and contemporary art along with educational programming and community partnerships.
“The new brand and website, CoralSpringsMuseum.org, is a direct response to our community’s needs and marketplace demands,” stated the Museum’s executive director Bryan W. Knicely.
“These changes launch an exciting new era for the Museum, one where we will be more committed than ever to focus on innovation and technology while further improving our exhibits and educational and community programming that we are already renowned for providing.”
The new branding and website were developed by SHOESTRING (the nonprofit’s agency), a full-service marketing agency that exclusively serves nonprofits. As national leaders in nonprofit branding and communications, the group is committed to providing creative, affordable solutions specifically created to meet the needs and challenges of nonprofits like the Coral Springs Museum of Art.
“Nonprofits that understand and embrace the importance of branding and communications are much more successful at achieving their missions and long-term objectives — especially ones like the Museum which relies heavily on its connection to the community,” said Hannah Gregory, chief creative officer of SHOESTRING.
The Museum hopes the public will use the new website as a resources, which will continue to be expanded to meet the needs of the community.
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