Bolton & Quinn are donating their services to 'Real Venice'.
Bolton & Quinn is Britain’s leading cultural communications consultancy. The Company is a UK registered Company, founded in 1981.
For over twenty-five years, Bolton & Quinn has served the communications requirements of leading cultural organisations around the world. Working with a dedicated small team based in London and affiliated offices in Europe and the United States, our work supports projects within the UK and internationally.
Our clients range from private art foundations and galleries to high profile public institutions and philanthropic programmes in the UK including Tate, National Museums Directors Conference, V&A, Southbank Centre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University, Somerset House, Mayor of London, London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games Cultural Olympiad 2012, to international projects including the openings of Museum of Modern Art New York, the Guggenheim in Bilbao, the opening of the Reichstag in Germany and Hong Kong Airport for Lord Foster and the opening of the SANAA designed Rolex Learning Centre in Lausanne.
Our consultancy deals with every aspect of communications from high level media campaigns, advocacy and stakeholder communications, sponsor relations, to organisation of events and crisis management.
Our approach to our work is creative and dynamic from the strategic inception of a project right through to its launch. We employ the youngest and brightest people in our team, who share our passion to communicate the value of culture in a modern society.
We are proud to offer a unique service, which is bespoke, flexible, integrated and capable of operating within tight budgets to achieve the specialised demands of cultural communications in a global media environment.
We have worked extensively in international partnerships to deliver global campaigns. The first such partnership was created in 1995 at the invitation of RF A&CC in New York, an exclusive affiliation which continues to this day.
In other contexts we work with multi agency set ups such as the current contract with Rolex SA in Geneva handling international PR strategy for their global philanthropy programme: The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, working with a network of agencies and in house teams in Hong Kong, Dubai, Spain, Italy, France and Germany.