Arts Across Learning Festival 2015, Festival Report, Postcards and Billboards

It’s another wonderful Arts Across Learning Festival, and once again OpenBoxDesign has produced the accompanying brochure along with additional publicity, television spots and billboards.

Activities take place across many cultural venues and outdoor spaces, carefully balanced with artists and companies ready and waiting to come directly into schools. There is a rich mix of art forms and topics to stimulate discussion, exploration and creativity for pupils and teachers alike,

Within the pages you’ll find high quality arts and cultural experiences for nursery, primary and ASN pupils across the city of Aberdeen, all designed and selected for their ability to inspire further learning.

AAL 2015 Brochure

The Brochure

This year the illustrator for the brochure is The Grey Earl and you can see more of his work at

The brochure is printed on uncoated paper – this works really well where illustrations are used. It’s soft to the touch and feels great when you thumb through the pages.

The Report

Alongside ‘Arts Across the Curriculum’ Festival brochure which we have produced for many years, we also produce the follow-up report which is released in September of each year.

The report will be produced in August 2015

This year is no exception and once again utilising the wonderful illustrative skills of The Grey Earl we have produced the report. The report goes out to council officials and schools throughout Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire.

TV Spots, Postcards and Billboards

We also produced TV spots using the brochure layouts for STV and postcards for The LightBox, where some of this year’s festival was held.

Finally, we also produced three billboards for the festival to be placed in storefronts around the city centre.

festival logo and TV spot
billboard advert
lightbox cover 2
lightbox reverse
lightbox cover
lightbox reverse

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