We Are Culture24
Culture24 is an independent charity which supports 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?
Let’s Get Real Conference 2015
Culture24′s fourth national conference ‘Let’s Get Real: what’s the story? will take place on 23rd September 2015 in our home town of Brighton and will be part of the Brighton Digital Festival. Find out more about and book tickets. Speakers include: Chris Wild, Seb Chan, Owen Valentine Pringle, Alexa Clay and Eric Drass (Shardcore) and more…
Let’s Get Real – Young Audiences
We are excited to announce a brand new collaborative action research project to explore how arts and heritage organisations can get better at reaching and engaging young audiences with their digital content.
We want to work with 20 arts and heritage organisations over 7 months starting in October 2015, to help them better reach and engage children and young people through developing effective digital content publishing strategies based on fit for purpose tactics and skills
Click here for more information including how to sign up.
Apply Now: ‘Fit for China’ Digital Showcasing Project
Are you an ambitious UK arts or heritage organisation looking for opportunities to reach and engage Chinese audiences online with your cultural offer and assets? Are you interested in working collaboratively and learning though action? Do you feel that your existing digital assets are under exploited when engaging international audiences? If so, the ‘Fit for China’ Digital Showcasing project is perfect for you
Culture24 and the British Council, in partnership with Storythings, are excited to announce a new collaborative project aiming to develop relevant and engaging UK online cultural content for international audiences with a focus on China.
We are seeking expressions of interest from UK arts and heritage organisations wishing to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.
Click here for more information including how to submit an expression of interest.
Culture24 on Twitter
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“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
“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 makes. This sort of exposure can't be achieved by smaller museums alone” Museum Professional
“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