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Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton, Colo., turned to Media Salad when it needed expert help on a tight deadline for the production of eye-catching materials to promote its popular Spotlight Series in partnership with Arapahoe Community College.

Media Salad created a palette of colors and fonts to represent each Spotlight discussion in design alignment with the Town Hall Arts Center’s promotional materials for its productions. Our team turned around a stable of materials in just a couple of business days — because our specialties include delivery on tight deadlines.

Town Hall Arts Center Spotlight Series

A banner produced for the new Spotlight Series presented by the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center and Arapahoe Community College.

We’re honored to help promote this great program, which encourages public discussion of topics related to, but not about, the arts center’s 2019-20 season productions. Leading these discussions with expert insight are members of the community college’s faculty (Psssst! Hey, Arapahoe Community College students, not only will your professors appreciate seeing you — but these events are potentially great date nights, too.). Participants in this season’s series will explore:

  • the role of the World’s Fairs in shaping 21st-century society,
  • how “Princess Culture” influences gender role development,
  • millennial marriages and the sandwich factor,
  • the legacy and impact of John Denver’s music in Colorado and the western United States,
  • and theater to film — what changes, what stays the same and why it matters.

Spotlight Series events are held Tuesdays following the opening of each show and are open to the public. We invite you to learn more — and to buy tickets — on the arts center’s website.

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