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Champlain and UVM Students Create New Logo for Vermont Creative Network
The Vermont Creative Network is pleased to announce a new logo created by students from University of Vermont and Champlain College.
Every year, UVM’s Community Development and Applied Economics “Applied Community Planning” class works with community partners to support real, grassroots strategic planning efforts across the state. This year’s class worked with the Vermont Arts Council and Vermont Creative Network to create a profile for each of the Vermont’s six creative economy zones and profiles of creatives across the state, which will be made public soon. The UVM students involved were Emily Adams, Brett Koslowsky, Peri Buck, Dylan Hertzberg, and Korey Ward.
The logo designers were Visual Communication Design students from Champlain College led by Isabella DeMarco. The other design students were Adelina Laprey, Charles Cerrone, and Benjamin VanCleave. On a volunteer basis, these Champlain students worked with UVM’s Community Development and Applied Economics students to develop the new logo. The six colors used in the logo represent Vermont’s six creative economy zones: the 3CVT (Creative Cornerstone Community), Addison/Rutland, Chittenden County, Four County, Northeast Kingdom, and Southern Vermont.
We thank all the Champlain and UVM students involved for their skill and creativity.