Senior designs new Tiger Arts Patrons logo

Audrey Flatt ’24 created a new logo to build school spirit and support for performing and visual arts. The booster club Tiger Arts Patrons contributes additional funding to the arts while providing supporters with free admission to most events and performances. Register for annual TAP membership here for $100.
By Melissa Flatt, Tiger Arts Patrons Co-Chair

What would complement our ever-growing group of Tiger Arts Patrons? What would be a fun addition to TAP communications, posters, and paraphernalia? Provide that extra layer of pizzazz that accompanies visual and performing arts?

Why, a new TAP logo, of course! 

TAP, the K-12 USN booster club for the visual and performing arts, is thrilled to announce that we do indeed have that new logo! A very big thank you to Audrey Flatt ’24 for designing our TAP arts Tiger, and to Director of Marketing & Communications Juanita Traughber and Creative Services Specialist Marisa Bell, our USN communications experts, for their unflagging support!

Keep an eye out for our TAP logo at upcoming arts events and merch coming to the USN Spirit Store. And mark your calendars now for TAPstrvaganza 2024, our family-friendly celebration of all things USN visual and performing arts happening on Saturday, March 23rd.
 
It's never too late to join us at usn.org/TAP.
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