Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s biggest and most captivating international festival of contemporary art, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors, and transforming the city into a living gallery of new art.
With an emphasis on commissioning ambitious and challenging new work the scale of our programme means that for ten weeks every two years, Liverpool offers the largest concentration of contemporary art anywhere in the UK, and one of the largest in the world.
For Liverpool Biennial 2012, hundreds of artworks will once more be presented by Liverpool’s prestigious galleries, such as Tate Liverpool and FACT, as well as galleries, cities and states from around the world, often in surprising and unexpected public locations.
Liverpool Biennial 2012 - Sponsorship & Partnership Opportunities
The 7th Liverpool Biennial Festival will take place between 15 September and 25 November 2012, and presents a number of opportunities for both local and national businesses to be key in delivering one of the most exciting cultural events of 2012.
We have a variety of sponsorship and partnership packages, with each offering a range of investment options that bring positive brand association and a variety of other benefits tailored to meet company requirements.
As a Project Sponsor, businesses will receive branding and benefits relating to a particular project or commission within the Liverpool Biennial Festival. Official Partner status is available at a flexible level of support in a variety of sectors; and Headline Sponsors will be key partners, receiving top-level exposure on the overall branding of the Festival.
Each package is flexible and we will work closely with businesses to ensure they find the right sponsorship package to suit their needs. For further information please contact Lisa Bradshaw or 0151 709 7444 or firstname.lastname@example.org
“The 2012 Liverpool Biennial will once again be a landmark event in the international contemporary art calendar. Building upon the achievement of winning the inaugural Lever Prize in 2006, successive Liverpool Biennials have continued to attract the interest of art lovers worldwide with their originality, ingenuity and exceptional creativity. The Liverpool Biennial never fails to make a huge impact on its diverse and invariably curious audience. I cannot wait for the 2012 Biennial, nor can I start to imagine what surprises it will hold in store this time.”
Geoffrey Piper, Chief Executive North West Business Leadership Team.