Below are the services that the Lively Arts can provide for events presented by the College of Fine Arts and its departments. For calendar posts, see the legend below.
The Lively Arts mark (at right), in addition to the IUP logo and branding elements, is required to be used for all printed and visually electronic materials that are associated with events in the College of Fine Arts, including concerts and exhibits.
The details on how to use this properly have been provided to Fine Arts chairpersons and the key event personnel in each department. If you need to use this mark, please contact them or Hank Knerr (email@example.com) for the appropriate files and procedures.
Please understand that the services we can provide are subject to receiving information accurately and in a timely manner.
Above activities are services that will be produced/provided/generated by the Lively Arts staff. We will work to remind producing groups of the need to provide us with appropriate information. Please be aware that failure to provide that information by the requested deadline will jeopardize proper coverage of that event, sometimes resulting in very minimal to no exposure.
The Lively Arts online calendar is the only officially recognized calendar for events within the College of Fine Arts and its departments. All CFA events listed on this calendar are sent to over 75 regional media and related sources (campus, municipal offices, etc.) if received by the fifth of each month by the Lively Arts. Please submit calendar items and any changes or updates by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although our office will not be doing a flyer or poster for all events, we can distribute them on campus for you if you provide the copies and provide ample time to post (recommend at least 10 days prior to event/opening). We will need 50-75 to post in campus office/classroom buildings, and an additional 100 if you wish us to provide to the residence halls. If you wish to have us distribute them, please call 724-357-2787 or e-mail Calendar Events at email@example.com.
Except possibly one at the beginning of the year and in an extreme emergency-provoked basis, we do not send e-mail blasts to employees; and we discourage anyone in doing this. Most recipients find this an intrusion into their workday, and studies have shown that it gives the majority of people a negative image of the sending organization.
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