We’ve just completed our second workshop with the team at John Rylands Library, Manchester, as they embed their interpretation strategy. It’s been brilliant to see how decisions on messages, audiences and tone are helping staff write text that really hits its mark.
Look out for great stories from this library, which opened to the public in 1900 and holds incredible collections in 50 language, going back 5,000 years.
You never know whether you’ll be seeing scrapbook pages about Buffalo Bill, once the world’s most famous cowboy. Or discovering the hidden meaning behind a brightly-coloured holy book with images of pyramids and popes.
Find out about the library’s latest exhibitions and make a visit to explore the history of the printed word and its impact on how we live today.