ART Monthly Programming Event: Associated Press Corporate Archives

  • 20 Mar 2012
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Midtown Manhattan
  • 73

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ART March Programming Committee Event

Co-Sponsored with Associated Press Corporate Archives

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

6:00 pm  - Program

Reception and Exhibit Viewing to follow Program 

Associated Press Corporate Archives

450 West 33rd Street, between 9th and 10th Avenues
15th Floor
New York, New York 10001

REGISTRATION REQUIRED for Security List.

$5.00 for ART Members

$10.00 for Non-Members

Free for AP Community (current staff)

Online Registration Required. Please register by Monday, 19 March 2012 at midnight. Complete location details will be provided with registration confirmation. PLEASE NOTE: you do not have to have a Pay Pal account to pay online, simply choose "Online" to pay by Credit Card or Pay Pal account. (You have to close the Pay Pal window to continue with Credit Card.)

Please do not contact the host venue for any reason.  All inquires for this ART Monthly Programming Committee Event should be sent to: programming@nycarchivists.org

As the Associated Press announces the debut of the first new logo in over 30 years, the AP Corporate Archives and Corporate Communications staff invites you to a program exploring the development, design, and promotion of the new logo and its accompanying visual identity system.  Speakers will include Francesca Pitaro, AP Processing Archivist, who will talk about the challenges of organizing the AP Publications Collection, from which so much historical graphic art and context has been gleaned; Tina Antonion, Director, Creative Services, who spearheaded the logo redesign project for AP, and David Jalbert-Gagnier, principal of the design firm Objective Subject, who produced the actual logo design and other assets associated with the visual identity system.    

The program will be followed by a viewing of the exhibit: (AP) Means Associated Press:  166 Years of Logotype Design, curated by Director of the Corporate Archives Valerie Komor and former Assistant Archivist Sam Markham.  A reception follows in the gallery.

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