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Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery

The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is a free public art gallery located in Downtown Sarnia, Ontario. With more than 400 members, over 1,100 works of Canadian art in the permanent collection, and with the support of a keen volunteer team, the gallery serves an immediate community of 128,000 people across Lambton County. 

Hired by the County of Lambton through an RFP process in 2014, Interkom’s initial engagement was to provide a strategic marketing and communications strategy for the highly anticipated Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery exhibition.

After the successful completion of the strategic integrated marketing communications plan, Interkom was retained to become the Gallery’s in-house and virtual marketing department to implement the plan. Interkom works both on-site at the Gallery, and virtually from the Interkom office as the Gallery’s marketing and graphic design department. Graphic Design services for the JNAAG include design and print production of program brochures, exhibition materials, vinyls, didactics, annual reports, booklets, promotional items, holiday cards, digital marketing ads, advertisements, and much more.

Client:

Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery

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Consulting, Design, Fundraising, Marketing, Web