Aneela Rose PR appointed for No Colour Bar black arts project

Sussex agency Aneela Rose PR has won a six-way pitch for the launch of exhibition No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action 1960-1990.

Winston Branch, Yellow Sky, 1970 (C) UCL Art Museum, University College London.
Winston Branch, Yellow Sky, 1970 (C) UCL Art Museum, University College London.
It will run for six months at the City of London Corporation’s Guildhall Art Gallery and explores the black contribution to British culture in the 20th century.

It is a Heritage Lottery funded collaborative project between the gallery, Friends of the Huntley Archives at the London Metropolitan Archives and the London Metropolitan Archives. 

Aneela Rose PR will be targeting UK audiences via print, online and broadcast coverage in the black press, arts and culture, publishing, heritage, group travel, national and regional media as well as managing all the social media activity.

Aneela Rose, MD of Aneela Rose PR, said: "We’ve gained a good understanding of the City of London Corporation and London Metropolitan Archives, having worked on other high profile projects since 2010 including Tower Bridge exhibitions and events, Victoriana and the launch of The Heritage Gallery in 2014. We will hit the ground running with No Colour Bar, particularly with our experience and interest working with black and minority ethnic audiences."

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