Colman Getty campaigns include the 350th anniversary of The Royal Society, The Sony World Photography Awards and The Laurence Olivier Awards on behalf of the Society of London Theatre. Other recent accounts have included the £36 million Renewal of St Martin-in-the-Fields, the British Ceramics Biennial and the Place Prize for Dance.
Museums are another strength, with campaigns including the opening of the Galleries of Modern London at the Museum of London, the launch of CultureLine for the London Museums' Hub, the re-opening of The London Transport Museum, the launch of the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool, the British Postal Museum and Archive, and the Natural History Museum's Iconic Darwin Centre.
In the visual arts, we launched the groundbreaking digital arts festival, Shanghai e-Arts Festival in October 2008, with an international PR campaign, and are working with the Jerwood Charitable Foundation for the third year on Jerwood Contemporary Makers.
Imagine a season of events that lasts over eight months, involves more than 150 arts organisations - each with their own messages, from our biggest national institutions to small community facing organisations, that involves every art form and practice, engages mainstream and new auduences - that was Africa 05. And there was only one PR company that could tie it together, give it form, fun and coherence and make it really feel important: Colman Getty.
Director, Africa 05
The National Portrait Gallery first worked with Colman Getty on the lead up to the opening of our Ondaatje Wing, and since then on other smaller projects. They are hugely professional and creative, a delight to work with and extremely sympathetic to the needs of the Gallery. I have great admiration for all their achievements and I am always happy and confident to recommend them to others.
Communications Director, National Portrait Gallery