Let’s Get Real 6: Call for registration
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Do you want to achieve greater social purpose through your digital work? Culture24, in partnership with the Happy Museum Project, 64 Million Artists and Battersea Arts Centre, is seeking between 10 and 20 museums, galleries or heritage organisations to work collaboratively to understand and create digital social purpose.
Registration is now open: sign up here.
Culture24’s Let’s Get Real 6 project (LGR6) runs from January to October 2018 and is the latest in our series of groundbreaking collaborative action research projects.
The project will help you to develop a digital experiment, boost your personal confidence, embed positive change across your organisation and influence sector knowledge. You will benefit from Culture24’s substantial experience of helping the cultural sector deal with digital change and have access to the expertise of our project partners – all of whom have been exploring cultural social purpose in their work.
The project is collaboratively funded by the participating organisations and the cost to sign up ranges from £1,450 to £2,950 (plus VAT) depending on your organisation’s size. We are also offering two subsidised places of only £150 each for very small organisations who would not otherwise be able to afford to participate, but who can make an invaluable contribution.
Join the project and you will:
- Attend four full-day workshops hosted at Battersea Arts Centre in January, March, May and July 2018. We are inviting two members of staff from each organisation to participate in the project (if possible) and attend workshops
- Hear from from expert speakers, facilitators and mentors
- Run practical research experiments within your own organisations, supported by regular expert mentoring sessions
- Be part of a supportive community of peers learning together
- Have a say in developing key project findings that influence the wider sector.
To register your interest, please complete this short form by Friday 8th December 2017. We will follow up with a phone conversation to ensure the project meets your needs and answer any questions.
Meanwhile, if you want to discuss the project contact Sejul Malde on email@example.com.
For more information about the project and our registration call, please download this Call for Registration document
Also read more about why we think this is an important area for museums to look at in our Research Manager Sejul Malde’s blog post