We are Culture24
Culture24 is an independent non-profit company which exists to support the cultural sector to reach and connect with audiences. We are a small and dynamic team of writers, thinkers, producers and publishers who love arts and culture, understand digital and believe that cultural organisations have a vital place in a better world.
We are best known for publishing great websites about culture; producing the successful Museums at Night festival of after-hours openings, and leading Let’s Get Real, the collaborative action research project involving cultural organisations across the UK and Europe. We also aggregate and share data about thousands of cultural events exhibitions and venues with a range of partners including the BBC.
Interested in how our work supports the cultural sector? Want to find out who we work with and what we believe in?
Sign up open for Let’s Get Real Phase 4
For Phase 4 of Culture24’s dynamic collaborative action research project we will look at breaking down the boundaries in the way we work and the way we make things for our audiences.
We are looking for up to 30 cultural organisations to join us from April 2015 to November 2015. Find out all you need to know. You don’t need to have taken part in any of the previous projects to join Phase 4 and we actively welcome new organisations to the project. The deadline for signing up is March 31 2015
VanGoYourself.com is a fun project aimed at people who are tired of just looking at paintings and like the idea of getting inside them instead.
We are very excited as it has just been nominated for the Innovations Award at the 2015 Museums + Heritage Awards for Excellence. Even BBC Radio One’s Nick Grimshaw has been at it as part of their Get Creative campaign. See Grimmers showing us how he VanGo’d himself as The Lute Player in this funny short video.
Digital Change: seizing the opportunity online: Gateshead
‘Digital Change: Seizing the opportunity online’ is a series of events aimed at supporting the arts and culture sector to explore and respond to opportunities offered by digital technology. The final event takes place in Gateshead at The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art on March 25 2015.
Really useful free resources: helping you deal with Digital change
We have created an overview of some of the good stuff that is out there and funded by the lovely people at Arts Council England, that help cultural organisations deal with Digital Change. The page is packed with links to some really useful free resources, projects that support cultural organisations, info on meets ups (real and virtual) and a blogroll of some of the best from the sector.
Culture24 on Twitter
- RT @MuseumsAtNight: New partnership offer: in the @ace_thenorth region? Want a #jazz band for your #MatN2015 event? @jazz_north can help! h…Mar 06 2015 | 15:16:12
- Review: Guy Bourdin's irresistible photos @SomersetHouse http://t.co/yrdvgMoiZ4 (runs until Sunday week) #art #London http://t.co/KcvDdpstcWMar 06 2015 | 14:48:27
- @journalistworks @MSF_uk @nickoowen Nice one Nick!Mar 06 2015 | 12:57:25
“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
“Museums at Night is a fantastic event, and has helped us reach new audiences, and interpret our building in a different way.” Museum professional
“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
“It is fantastic working with Culture24 on Cityread London as they provide effective data management solutions for the campaign” Andy Ryan, Director, Stellar Libraries CI
“It's vital everyone understands the difference Culture24 makes. This sort of exposure can't be achieved by smaller museums alone” Museum Professional