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Local graphic designer awarded grant for pro bono work

Brad Bartlett Design in Glendale has been awarded a $16,500-grant to help design a print campaign for a conference benefiting the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno.

Brad Bartlett, who also teaches at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, was one of 22 graphic designers to recieve a grant through the annual the “Ideas That Matter” competition sponsored by Sappi Fine Paper North America.

His print campaign includes a program guide for an upcoming art and environmental conference for the museum, according to an announcement.

The “Ideas That Matter” awards grants each year to graphic artists who put their talents to work for nonprofits and charitable causes. Since 1999, more than $12 million has been awarded to designers worldwide for their pro bono work, according to the company.


-- Jason Wells, Times Community News

Image: A sample of Brad Bartlett’s winning design. Credit: Morrissey & Company / Sappi