This designer was very receptive to revisions and was able to accomplish everything I need efficiently. With an initial description of what I was looking for, without really knowing, I was very happy with the design he created. I would absolutely work with him again and reccommend him to another client.
Out of all the designers she was the only one that made contact with us directly! Pleasure to work with....
I enjoyed the process. abqproductions was very patient and extremely efficient in producing add-ons and changes. I have a design a love!
How Raparocs started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
RAPA's vision is to continue to educate youth in the performing arts by professionals in their field, so that they may pursue the arts as a career or to succeed in other professional vocations. Our goal is to grow in student enrollment and to continue to present a full season of shows to the community. Our artistic vision is to continue to raise more funds each year to keep up with the growing budgeting needs and renovations that can increase the artistic quality of our programs performances, as well insure we are able to continue offering more minority scholarships for youth. Our vision is also to reach a wider audience of people of color and race, to expand our number of minority performances and enrich our community of all cultures.
The Rochester Association of Performing Arts, (RAPA) Upstate New York’s oldest and largest professional school of performing arts for all ages, has served our Greater Rochester Area since 1978. RAPA, a non-profit 501c3 corporation, primarily trains students in theater, music/voice, and dance.
RAPA’s mission reflects its commitment to all persons interested in the arts, ages 4-adult, including disadvantaged youth and the community at large.
Its purpose is to:
“Provide professional training in the performing arts to talented children and adults who express an interest in learning skills for a career or for personal enjoyment (and) to provide alternative, positive directions for youth at-risk."
Industry: Education and Entertainment and the Arts
We are a non-profit, the logo should emulate community, not just performing arts.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Current Rapa Logo is rapalogo.doc (this is too disjointed)
Rapa-very-rough-dea (drafted logo idea, I like this better as it is all-encompassing, however not sophisticated enough, does not have dance represented, and looks too much like a theatre company, doesn't reflect a nonprofit school or community entity)
2 of our most recent fliers are attached to give you a better idea of color scheme. As well our recent activity.