Pier 6 was a Baltimore City managed venue for international musicians performing in Baltimore. The pavilion is on the waterfront at the Inner Harbor area. Each year was summarized in a 3-color program, and many collateral materials, including advertisements, were produced in conjunction with the concert series. The Baltimore Office of Promotion was responsible for […]
Baltimore Office of Promotion
Frank was a Graphic Designer for the Baltimore Office of Promotion from 1995-1996. (the quasi-city agency is now named the Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts.) As such, he was responsible for designing printed marketing for city-wide festivals, parades, workshops, tours, concerts, and other events. Formats included ads, posters, invitations, calendars, newsletters, and programs. Event wayfinding signage and maps were also developed, produced and installed.
The Baltimore Office of Promotion published and distributed monthly event calendars with educational and recreational opportunities, including concerts, festivals, parades and workshops throughout the city.
When Baltimore City celebrated its bicentennial anniversary, a New Year’s Eve gala was organized and promoted. Below is the folded invitation, and ticket for attendees. Both were 2-color designs, including a metallic ink.