We helped scope a successful Arts Council England Grants for the Arts bid, then worked alongside the library team to develop creative partnerships and commission events that would test a new model of working.
From a short-film festival to a world-premiere of a new music composition, from theatre to a space-night takeover, we tested the capacity of the Library in a 12-month event programme, including the week-long showcase, Chaos to Order (produced by Brighter Sound and curated by Everything Everything), which inspired BBC Radio’s library-week, generating additional live content and simultaneous broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, 4 and 6.
We managed the multi-channel marketing campaign, including commissioning the Library Live brand, print assets and what’s on web-blog to work in partnership with the council’s own assets.
Over the course of the programme 5,000 people attended the 10 Library Live events.
150 local artists enjoyed a high-profile platform.
A regular venue for Manchester's festivals and a temporary home for Manchester Jewish Museum when it was closed for a major capital development.
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