Culture24 has over ten years’ experience in digital cultural publishing, data aggregation and promotional work. We support, advise and run a variety of events for and about the art and heritage sectors. These include workshops, roundtables, seminars and conferences in the UK and internationally. Team members also speak at a range of national and international events and conferences.
Let’s Get Real Action Research
Culture24 has been leading a series of dynamic, collaborative action research projects with a range of cultural sector organisations in the UK to help them define and measure their success online. Since 2011 we have worked with over 50 organisations, held two conferences and produced two reports. Phase 3 of this work started in January 2014 and the next conference is on September 18th in Brighton.
Let’s Get Real Conference 2014
Culture24′s third national conference ‘Let’s Get Real: is your content fit for purpose? will take place on Thursday 18th September 2014 in our home town of Brighton and will be part of the Brighton Digital Festival. Find our more about 2014 and book tickets.
We have been working with The Audience Agency and Arts Council to support their Audience Finder project. Audience Finder is a national audience data and development programme, enabling cultural organisations to share, compare and apply insight.
Culture24 are partners on the project providing expertise to help cultural organisations deal with digital change and better understand how digital is impacting cultural organisations and their audiences. Read the think piece by our CEO Jane Finnis.
Culturemondo Network (2004-2010)
Culturemondo was a dynamic network of people who were all developing, building and running online cultural services around the world. Culture24 was a founder member and the steering committee included colleagues in Australia, Taiwan, Croatia, Luxembourg, Canada, Mexico and the Netherlands. The network aim was to engage, empower and inform digital cultural specialists, no matter where they are from, to become effective facilitators in their own neighbourhood.
From coming together in 2004 they held six international face-to-face meetings in Japan, Croatia, Cuba, Taiwan, New Zealand and The Netherlands where they curated a cultural strand to the PICNIC festival. Over the years they have worked with participants from over 45 countries and 70 cultural portals, publishing two reports on international trends and several surveys mapping activity in this area.
Find out more about the network, its activities at www.culturemondo.org.