If you receive a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council you will need to incorporate our logo into your printed programs, advertisements, on social media and other collateral materials. Please consult your RACC contact to understand minimum logo requirements, and which logos to use.

The RACC logo is available in several formats. Choose the color, configuration, file format, and resolution that work best for your application. To download, click the appropriate link (EPS, JPG, or PNG) below each image.

(Note: Files in EPS format have been put into compressed ZIP files to ensure proper download. If you’re in need of an alternative format/resolution, please contact our Communications Team. )


When using these logos, do not separate them or any of their components. Do not rotate, stretch, or otherwise distort the dimensions of the logo.  Please take care to retain adequate white space around the logos when including them among other graphical elements in a publication; there should generally be space around the logos on all sides equal to or more than the height of the logos.

All logos are available in color, but may also be printed in plain black, allowing for flexible use in almost any publication. When printing logos on a colored or black background, please use the logo that best stands out on the background. For dark colors and black backgrounds, it may be preferable to “knock out” or “reverse out” the logos, thus having them appear as white.

Large Logos

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Small Logos

This version of the RACC logo, which includes only our acronym, is only to be used in situations where the RACC logo is being published at ½” tall or smaller. Please use the logos above whenever possible; if those logos become illegible in your publication, use the logo below.

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New Arts Education and Access Fund Logos

The Regional Arts & Culture Council and the City of Portland’s Arts Oversight Committee collaborated on the 2021 Arts Education and Access Fund (AEAF) Logo Competition. The competition challenged students to reimagine the original logo to illustrate how the fund supports the community and showcase students who benefit from arts education in school. We encourage arts organizations that receive arts tax funding through RACC to include this emblem in programs, posters, websites, print ads and other collateral materials.

Logo design by Vincente, Rose City Park 3rd Grader