We are Culture24
Culture24 is a non-profit, cultural publishing organisation. We publish websites, run the national Museums at Night festival and lead the Let’s Get Real action research projects. We also collect and share cultural data, aggregating data on thousands of listings, events and exhibitions from around the UK and making them available to other third party publishers like the BBC. All our work is designed to support arts and heritage venues to reach audiences and we use our expertise, knowledge and digital infrastructure to help the sector improve the success and impact of its work.
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Book now for the Let’s Get Real Conference
Our third Let’s Get Real Conference: ‘Is your content fit for purpose?’ is back on 18th September 2014 in Brighton with keynotes from the brilliant Shelley Bernstein and Michiel Van Iersel and you can book now for one of the 99 earlybird tickets for only £99. Sign up for updates as more speakers are announced.
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“Culture24 is the point of call for so many of us when thinking about online communications.” Tim Morley, Wellcome Collection
“Re-evaluating and re-imagining our digital output now seems less daunting and easier to implement” Let's Get Real conference delegate
“Culture24 is an ideal partner for BBC Learning and for Things To Do, as an existing aggregator of cultural activities...” Judith Nichol, BBC Knowledge
“It's vital everyone understands the difference Culture24 make. This sort of exposure can't be achieved by smaller museums alone” Sarah Priestley, Watford Museum