The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts has chosen Selesti to maintain their website, carrying out future digital work to improve and repair it.
We will be on hand daily to lend technical support, developing new features as required; to enable them to better showcase what the centre has to offer at it University of East Anglia location. Whilst Selesti didn't build the website initially, it is written in PHP, our programming language of preference and thus we are looking forward to providing fast turnaround times for requested amendments from their marketing and press department.
The art museum first opened its doors to visitors in 1978, 5 years after Sir Robert and Lady Lisa Sainsbury donated their collection of world art to the UEA. The SCVA has acquired more and more pieces over the last 3 decades and now proudly boasts more than 1,700 objects from cultures around the world spanning more than five thousand years.
Selesti have worked with other heritage brands in the region this year and last, with the new The Forum website launching this week (read more here), having also completed a web design project for the Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service, which you can read more about here and several projects for the Scottish Opera; details here.
We have also worked locally with SeaChange Arts in Great Yarmouth and HEART Norwich on the forthcoming Shaping24 initiative with Ghent in Belgium.