Rainbow Harmony Project is thrilled to announce the launch of our new brand identity, logo and completely redesigned website!
To develop this project, RHP partnered with graphic designer Roberta Landreth and digital marketer Buffy Davey. This project was made possible by the support of the Thomas Sill Foundation and Assiniboine Credit Union.
Rainbow Harmony Project is a choir made up of people who are open, welcoming and accepting. Being a welcoming group is the choir's top priority. In developing our new logo, it was very important for us to include the colours of the Progress Pride flag in the design. The RHP icon captures this love-first approach while simultaneously weaving together community and song. The lines of the heart can appear as the lines of the flag, and also as the lines in a bar of music. The heart that is created looks as though these lines have been woven together, and that a portion of the heart tucks into itself. The symbol here is that the RHP community is welcoming and will bring everyone in with acceptance.
Our new website features our new logo and brand identity throughout. It has been developed to be much more user friendly and accessible. Users can learn more about all of RHP’s upcoming programming on our newly designed events page. Members have access to our redesigned members resource section and everyone can keep up with new and exciting announcements and blog posts in our news section.
We are excited to finally be sharing these updates and new brand with our community. We hope you will take the time to enjoy our new website, new look, and learn more about the work we do.