Wecommunic8 create many different types of street gallery exhibition.
Down the left hand side of the page is a list of the exhibitions we have created and will create in the future. You can also view how they are constructed and the many different types of street galleries we have.
We also offer bespoke exhibitions for private events, for more information on this please contact us
Why a street gallery?
Street galleries create an immediate attraction through stunning large-scale imagery situated in high footfall open air public spaces across the UK. Free to view in all weathers, day and night, they represent a direct channel of communication with the public and the opportunity to engage with local communities, schools and businesses.
The overabundance of advertising in today’s society has resulted in target groups becoming increasingly immune to traditional media communications. However, the use of below the line campaigns such as street galleries, offers high impact brand exposure within a medium proven to be favourably received by the public.
Our exhibitions offer the potential to align perfectly with our clients’ brand values and marketing objectives whilst actively assisting in delivering on CSR goals.
A sponsor can be guaranteed exposure in high footfall city locations that are not typically available for traditional forms of advertising. A powerful and effective medium for sponsors, street galleries offer high impact brand placement at street level.
Street galleries generate multiple PR opportunities in each tour location, including press, TV and radio coverage together with increased social media activity and website hits.
Street galleries offer a proven way to demonstrate Corporate Social Responsibility through association with exhibition content.
The inclusion of QR codes offers multiple channels of communication with the public, exponentially enhancing the reach and impact of street galleries.
Communications Corporate businesses, government bodies and charities have all successfully delivered key messaging through the medium of Street Galleries.
- The Co-operative
- The Royal Geographical Society
- Cayman Isles Government
- Birmingham University
- Bird’s Eye
- Birmingham City Council
- Earth from the Air - Bath
- Leeds City Council
- Care International
- Birmingham Post
- Arsenal Football Club
- Nominet Trust
- Northamptonshire County Council