Library Promos Win Awards; Brochure, Postcards Recognized

By De la Rionda, Beth | The Florida Times Union, June 22, 2005 | Go to article overview

Library Promos Win Awards; Brochure, Postcards Recognized


De la Rionda, Beth, The Florida Times Union


Byline: BETH DE LA RIONDA

Praise is in order.

A mural on plywood canvas, A brochure showing floor plans, and postcards announcing renovations and additions recently garnered the Jacksonville Public Library three national awards from two organizations.

The Library Public Relations Council said it annually selects and awards 50 of the best promotional materials from libraries across the country. This year, Jacksonville was among the top.

Stacie Bucher of the Jacksonville Public Library said the winning postcards were created by the public relations department of the library and sent out across the city to let the community know when a new branch opened or renovations were completed.

The other award given by the Library Public Relations Council was for a brochure presenting floor plans of the new Main Library downtown.

Tina Veitch of the public information division of Jacksonville said she designed the brochure more than two years ago, and that it was nice to be recognized as an in-house designer for the city.

"When we were doing it we had so many nice renderings from the architect [Robert A.M. Sterns] that I wanted to utilize those to show flow from top to bottom," Veitch said.

The American Library Association presented the library with its third award, an honorable mention in the special event/special project category, for the colorful mural that hung on Laura Street during construction of the new Main Library.

Created by artist Liz Burns; Paxon School for Advanced Studies students Mae Bowley, Josh Garrett, Miguel Rios-Torres, Hayley Fussell, Allison Robinson and Elizabeth Seou; and Paxon School for Advanced Studies instructor Mary R. …

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