‘The Journey’ Wins National Awards

We’re thrilled to announce that The Journey, a short documentary film produced by One Lucky Guitar for Foellinger Foundation, has been recognized with two Awards of Excellence at the 2021 Communicator Awards, and two Bronze Tellys at the 2021 Telly Awards. The film was recognized in both the Documentary and Not-for-Profit categories at each award ceremony. The Communicator Awards say: The Communicator Awards is dedicated to recognizing excellence, effectiveness, and innovation across all areas of communication. We are the leading international awards program honoring talent in this highly competitive field. Founded [...] Read More

OLG Announces Michelle Love and Olivia Fabian As Partners

One Lucky Guitar is pleased to announce that Michelle Love and Olivia Fabian have become partners and shareholders in the company, effective April 1, 2021. Love joined OLG in January 2010 and serves as Account and Operations Manager. Over the years, the clients she has managed include Northwest Allen County Schools, Indiana Michigan Power, Benchmark Human Services, Matilda Jane Clothing, Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership and Lutheran Health Network. Fabian joined OLG in September 2013 and serves as Producer and Associate Creative Director. In her seven-plus years with OLG, Olivia has […]

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Brand Soul: A Webinar

How do you position yourself as a statewide leader in arts and cultural development? In this engaging, enlightening and interactive 60-minute webinar, One Lucky Guitar will share the principles and best practices of place branding, supported by case studies and introductory exercises to begin the process of developing your community’s ownable, unique brand. OLG presents this webinar in partnership with the Indiana Arts Commission, an agency of the Indiana state government whose mission is to positively impact the cultural, economic and educational climate of Indiana by providing responsible leadership for [...] Read More

No Luck, All Work

For the January 2021 issue, Fort Wayne magazine approached One Lucky Guitar to contribute to a special, themed section of the magazine looking at the decade ahead in our community—the principles we’re building on, the trends we can leverage, the gaps we need to fill. In pondering “As a city, where do we want to be in ten years, and why?,” editors asked, “Hey, OLG, how might we instill a spirit of 24/7/365 creativity in our city? How do you folks do it?” We’re honored they thought of us. OLG [...] Read More