The Jerome S. Cardin Lecture 2018
by Anne Kostecki
The Cardin Lecture is an annual event at Loyola University Maryland was established to foster exploration of topics pertinent to the Jewish and Christian traditions, particularly in the area of Jewish-Christian relations. This year, the speaker chose a broader topic, in the area of interfaith dialogue. The client specified that the design should not be specific to certain faiths, and it needed to fit the full title of "Believing Without Belief; Spirituality Without Team Spirit: Thinking About Tolerance in the Twenty-First Century." I drew various religious symbols, overlaid with a hand drawn mandala, which was then vectorized.
The invitation suite included an invitation, reply card, direction card, and envelopes. Additional print materials included a poster, program, and digital signage. Print materials were printed on Cougar Opaque White #80 cover with matching envelopes, and all materials were printed digitally.