Ideas Run Deep
Our clients work every day to bring art, wonder and connection to their communities. At Blue Water, we work every day to shine a brighter light on their stories.
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Van Gogh - November 2021
Media Training - December 2021
Picasso - January 2022
Blue Water Communications
We work with museums, performing arts organizations, architecture firms and destinations on national and international media relations, communications planning, major exhibition/event promotion, media training, strategic planning and more.
Images are courtesy of our clients: Bromeliad from the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens; Peristyle Theatre at the Toledo Museum of Art; Exterior and artworks from Princeton University Art Museum.
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“In a difficult year, people wanted a vision,” said Adam Levine, who took the helm at the Toledo Museum of Art in the middle of the lockdown last May, and where a total overhaul of the institution’s strategic plan is now underway. “People wanted something to be excited about for the future.”
Princeton University Art Museum curator Karl Kusserow explains the resonance between the U.S. Capitol’s masterpieces and the riots. In the presence of a mob, the paintings and statues in the U.S. Capitol revealed the complexities of power and politics.
The late artist Aminah Robinson dedicated her life to recovering America’s lost history. At last, she’s finding a bigger audience. A sprawling show of her work is on view at the Columbus Museum of Art, an institution that was close to her heart. – Sarah Cascone, writing about Raggin’ On: The Art of Aminah Robinson’s House and Journals.