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Partner Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair

Partner Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair

Cultural Partnerships

Cultural Partnerships

Cultural partnerships are a great opportunity to connect with Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair’s audience, many of whom regularly buy from the fair and are interested in engaging with other art organisations year-round.

The Fair

Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair is the largest, longest established and most prestigious art fair in the North, featuring over 120 galleries and artists showing thousands of original artworks for sale. In the decade since its launch,  over £4.5m worth of art has been sold through the fair.

Over 8,000 visitors attend the fair annually and it reaches thousands more through an extensive marketing campaign, social media activity and word of mouth.

Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair also hosts The Manchester Contemporary, the only UK invitational art fair for critically engaged contemporary art outside London. The fair fosters lasting relationships with art professionals and collectors together with emerging galleries and artists.

Partners Include

Aesthetica, Coventry Biennial, creativetourist.com, Design Manchester, Fact Liverpool, Friends of the Whitworth, Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair, Halle, The Hepwoth Wakefield, HOME, Islington Mill, Liverpool Biennial, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Craft & Design Centre, Parapluie, The Portico Library, The Tetley, the Whitworth and more.

More Information

The partnership is a free reciprocal marketing agreement through which a variety of opportunities are available including partner profiles on the fair websites, online banner ads, inclusion of special offers & events in emails, support across social media and promotion of events as part of the official fringe. The partnership doesn’t end with the show but continues throughout the year.

For more information please contact
Clare Tams
Partnerships Manager
Aviva Investors Manchester Art Fair
01457 851151
Email

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Aviva Investors

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Cheadle Hulme School

G F Smith

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Jack Arts

J W Lees

Landmark Investments Group

Manchester School of Art

Manchester City Council

Manchester Evening News

The Principal

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