Arts & Heritage
↓ Examples: Wicklow Arts & Heritage, Abbey Theatre &c.
Arts organiations & communities, artists & galleries.
Since its beginning A Worthy Cause has worked in the installation, promotion and recording of events, exhibitions and other similar projects in the arts.
A Worthy Cause has worked with heritage authorities and groups on projects involving the built environment, flora and fauna and the natural environment and social and cultural history.
Working With Artists
A Worthy Cause process is collaborative, it's at the core of what we do. When we are approached by a client we will begin by discussing requirements and figuring out what makes a project unique. The message is distilled from there.
We will work with you to produce printed pieces, installations, hand crafted items, digital assets, video animations, websites and other digital media. But before we dive into any of that, we will work with you to figure out what's really required.
Unlike brand management where consistency is key, when working with arts groups evolution and change are paramount. Annually, many of the same briefs reappear, in particular when related to public funding schemes. Making these unique every year is often the primary challenge.
The same but different
Presenting, recording and promoting artists, writers & craft makers in Ireland
Often the simple solution is the best. Within the arts, supporting design should never get in the way of presenting the work, but just do enough to promote it.
Not Getting In The Way
Funding document for the Abbey Theatre aimed at the US market for charitable donations
Exhibition branding and wayfinding at the RDS Visual Art Awards
With heritage projects, both for natural environment and built environment programmes, the job is often an educational one. Information is presented with clarity, in a memorable fashion.
Design that supports the Content
A Worthy Cause grew directly out of working with arts and cultural organisations. That was back when film was still film, and invitations to openings were things that were made of paper.