Artemis ARC Secures Top Honors at 2024 Hermes Creative Awards

Artemis ARC won four top honors from Hermes Creative Awards for its artistic work supporting the federal government. Together, Artemis and its clients received two Gold honors and two Honorable Mentions. These awards recognize outstanding creative professionals and their traditional and digital works whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and serves as a benchmark for the industry.

“We are incredibly honored to receive these recognitions and appreciate the valuable insights our clients provided to help develop these materials,” said Jess Overbeck, director of communications and marketing. “I am so proud of our project and creative teams for their ability to ensure each piece effectively draws attention to the resources and information about our clients’ programs. We look forward to continuing to support our clients’ missions and using our creative talents to develop innovative and artistic works.”

The Hermes Creative Awards recognize achievements across 200 categories grouped under advertising, publications, marketing, branding, integrated marketing, public relations/communications, electronic media and pro bono. Over 6,500 entries are expected for this year’s competition from the United States, Canada and two dozen other countries from marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies and freelancers.

Hermes Creative Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals.

A list of Platinum and Gold Winners is available on the Hermes Creative Awards website here. Artemis received the following awards:


  • Veterans Health Administration – Rural Recruitment Marketing Campaign (digital marketing campaign)
  • Department of Veterans Affairs, Chief Strategy Office – 2023 Year in Review: Connecting VHA Communities, Cultures and Ideas (e-annual report)


  • Veterans Health Administration – VHA Marketing VA Lead Chaplin (government video)
  • Department of Veterans Affairs, Chief Strategy Office – The North Star (February 2024 Edition) (newsletter)