Artlife Translations specializes in providing language solutions for cultural organizations
Having information in your mother tongue changes everything. And it's likely that lots of your international visitors are not English-natives.
Calling on a specialized translations service for your museum, art gallery or attractions' site is essential
A thorough knowledge of the industry's jargon, high cultural awareness as well as strong (copy)writing skills are prerequisites to engage, inform and captivate your audience.Our carefully curated language services will definitely match your high standards.
Artlife Translations is a London-based, one woman-owned language services business created in 2013.
The founder, Luna Jungblut, is a French-native museum-addict and a qualified translator for the art and attractions' world.
Spark curiosity in the eyes of your audience, boost traffic to your (web)site, re-engage your community
One point of contact for all languages
Luna personally handles all French language needs, but you will also have access to her exclusive team of experienced translators for most other languages, so she takes the headache out of multilingual project management for you.
She will happily consult on anything related to the translation of exhibition titles, museum labels, leaflets, catalogues, press releases, audioguides, mobile applications, websites, video materials; or on facilitating the complex language requirements of global cultural events and meetings, museum visits, press events, masterclasses, Q&A sessions and conferences…
Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or go to https://artlifetranslations.com
“Luna enabled us to deliver a complex and large-scale performance. Her work allowed us to communicate complex artistic and physical information, I hope to work with her again”, Libby Mcdonnell, Circa Contemporary Circus.
"Everything was perfect. [Luna was] so helpful and [gave] extra advice in the lead up to the event. Really great communication and high standard of professionalism", High-profile UK art gallery.