From concert halls to museums, galleries to visitor centres, this diverse sector gives us highly varied work for a range of local and national arts organisations and cultural institutions.
To help sell the benefits and crowd-pleasing nature of the Natural History Museum touring exhibitions, we created a tone of voice, examples, and a practical writing guide for anyone involved in putting together comms for future exhibitions.
For a recent rebrand of London concert venue St John’s Smith Square we established the brand proposition and applied it to various communications, including a new season brochure.
To attract visitors to the ‘Take Another Look’ exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, we developed a poster campaign unearthing surprising facts about famous people. Did you know Lord Kitchener knitted socks? And Horatio Nelson suffered from seasickness?
As well as gallery space – including a permanent display of LS Lowry’s work – The Lowry in Salford is an entertainment and event complex. We wrote a corporate hospitality brochure for the venue, illustrating how art and business can help each other.
Researching and writing exhibition text for museums and visitor centres takes more than Googling. We often pore over rare books and documents, and talk to historians and enthusiasts. Their pearls of wisdom have helped us write for Bury Transport Museum, Cambrian Visitor Centre, Lancashire Fusiliers Museum, Solway Coast Discovery Centre and Dinefwr Park and Castle.
We’ve also worked on projects for:
- Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
- Bristol Museums
- Congleton Museum
- Fine Arts & Antiques Fair
- Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP)
- Northern School of Contemporary Dance
- St George’s Concert Hall, Bristol
- Museum of London Docklands
- Royal Parks