Operating where culture meets society, business, and politics, Brunswick Arts advises on critical communications issues across a changing and complex world. Recognizing the power of trust, our international team of arts and cultural specialists utilizes a research-based approach to support clients in transforming reputation, extending reach, and building resilience. We are the cultural arm of the global advisory firm Brunswick Group.
A coalition of artist, foundations, and cultural institutions, the AAEI was a new, year-long program to connect contemporary Arab culture with diverse audiences across New York City.
31 January 2019
Brunswick Arts connected clients Spotify and The Brooklyn Museum for the final stop of the exhibition of David Bowie is, a retrospective of the British rock idol’s life and career, creating a symbiotic exchange of resources and networks for both organizations.
14 January 2019
Brunswick Arts has launched a weekly digest on critical conversations in the creative industries. From grassroots activism to changing philanthropy models, from visitor wellbeing to employee engagement, we identify the evolving trends in the sector and analyse the critical issues which affect cultural institutions and stakeholders worldwide.
Leaders of art institutions and big businesses find themselves in surprisingly similar situations. For decades, their performance – and very often their job tenure – were largely determined by a single group: In the corporate world, that was shareholders; in the art world, the board of trustees.
By Amelia Pan
01 November 2019