Arts & Books PR


Arts and books PR is one of our agency’s core competencies and we have worked with numerous clients in the this space including Multicultural Arts Victoria, Orchestra Victoria, Australian Book Review, Smudge Publishing, City of Port Phillip’s ARTcontained, Brimbank City Council’s Man Lifting Cow with artist John Kelly, M.A.D.E, Let’s Read, Frankie Fish & the Worst Computer in the World by Peter Helliar, Apparition Media, International Dancers Workshop, Legally Blonde: The Musical, MAArvellous Millinery Association and Hot Tub Cinema Melbourne.

We have a real passion for The Arts and have been operating in this space long enough to have seen it change unrecognisably – we have kept up with the pace and delivered time and time again. As with other areas of PR and communications, social media and online platforms have given the arts and books industry new audiences and avenues for exposure and as public funding further shrinks, there is a growing need to keep this thriving scene in the public eye to showcase the outstanding talent we have in Australia.

Our experience in his space has spanned two decades and we have worked with state-based and internationally recognised arts organisations with both globally renowned and emerging artists and musicians, and we understand the intricacies around funding, multi-layered governance and the numerous stakeholders that come together to bring projects alive.  We understand our clients need measurable results from PR campaigns to show funding bodies. We have worked with art organisations, artists, concerts, festivals, museums & galleries, gigs and with individual artists on projects.  We have assisted on marketing strategy from media relations to acting as strategic advisors during times of budget fluctuations.

Contact us to find out more about PR and publicity for Arts & Books.