We are hosting a conference on the subject of healthcare and are asking you to design a flyer to promote the conference. The flyer will be used both as a traditional flyer (printed and hung up/handed out) and as a web-based promotional tool (included in electronic newsletters, on Facebook, on our website, etc.).
The conference will examine the various proposals for healthcare reform, focusing on those who fall through the cracks of our current healthcare system. We will look at countries who seem to be doing healthcare better than us. The major thesis we will rally around is that everyone can agree we need healthcare that is (1) less expensive (2) better quality and (3) accessible to all.
The flyer should appear relational - either in the form of something abstract that draws the viewer in or with an illustration of people (or something else you're creative enough to come up with!). It should not appear overly "Christian-y", but it should have some sort of hint of the Christian religion.
Our audience is primarily Christian, about 60% students and 40% general public (mostly lay people and activists, some pastors). About 70% are between 18 - 40, with the rest being older. It will be an ethnically diverse crowd.
Details the flyer should include:
The words "Healthcare" (that's the title of the event)
Date of the conference "October 19"
Our website "new-wineskins.org"
These words too: "Presented by The Institute for the Theology of Culture: New Wine, New Wineskins of Multnomah Biblical Seminary at Multnomah University"
Our logo (bloodsplotch) and our University's logo (small circle with a "M" - it's fine to splice off the "Multnomah" text just above the circle) (attached)
See here for an example of how the "boring stuff" (mandatory logos and "presented by" info) can be incorporated: http://new-wineskins.org/wp-content…rtwork.jpg