Chance to design logo for arts festival

PUBLISHED: 12:58 10 May 2007 | UPDATED: 15:06 12 May 2010

PLANS for a revival of the Royston Arts Festival are under way - but organisers need a logo designed to represent the event and the arts. And The Crow is helping by sponsoring a competition for the best logo. There will be three age group categories, 5-9

PLANS for a revival of the Royston Arts Festival are under way - but organisers need a logo designed to represent the event and the arts.

And The Crow is helping by sponsoring a competition for the best logo.

There will be three age group categories, 5-9 years, 10-13 years and 14-18 years.

A book token will be awarded to the winner in each category and the runners-up will be given a T-shirt with a print of the logo.

The competition will be judged by Carli Elshaw, studio manager of MW Creative.

Festival co-ordinator Kathy Wholley said that the event was "shaping up really well".

Events earmarked for the festival from Thursday, September 27 to Sunday, September 30 include storytelling for children, an arts trail, a concert in the Royston Parish Church, a bands night and a choral workshop.

The Royston Arts Society will be running a display of members' work over the weekend and other artists will be involved in open studio sessions.

"I think it will be an exciting event," said Kathy.


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