Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what partners and participants have said about Culture24’s conferences, workshops, websites and festivals:

Let’s Get Real

“What I especially loved about the project was the fact that it is about doing something – action learning. It’s not just talking or debating but actually delivering, reflecting and evaluating on a project and then sharing your findings with a really honest, practical and supportive set of peers. I was terrified when first attending as I thought it would be full of digital gurus who spoke a different language to me, but that was not the case at all!”

– LGR4 participant

Museum Crush

“Culture24 has helped us to publish an article on the Museum Crush site and investigate the types of social media we may want to use, enabling us to share our collections with a wider audience. Richard has supported us to think about how we can tell people more about the stories surrounding some of our objects.  We have found that our audiences have expanded and that our own knowledge and skills have developed as a result of being involved.”

– Manager, Partner museum

A Culture of Lates conference

“I really enjoyed the event – a good variety of speakers and a fantastic venue. It feels positive to be part of a new and growing area of arts practice.”

– Conference delegate

“A Culture of Lates was a really valuable day for me and my team at the Natural History Museum. We are not aware of another conference dedicated to Lates, a fast growing part of the cultural sector. As a speaker and chair of two panels, I met some really inspirational professionals in the industry, not only from the UK but as far as Australia. The chance to meet like-minded and truly dedicated colleagues from across the sector was invaluable. A huge thanks to Culture24 for having the initiative to produce such an impactful day.”

Lucy Woodbridge, Head of Visitor Events, Natural History Museum

Museums at Night

“The highlights of my Museums at Night experience were screen-printing in a totally unique environment and engaging with people who had never been to the museum before. I had visited before, but it really left me with a feeling of awe as I got to see the museum in a completely new way.”

– Event attendee

“It’s a great idea. It’s a really important thing to widen institutions’ reach into new audiences. Broadening the reach of museums into more popular culture is something I’m interested in. The Museums at Night project […] doesn’t feel like the usual museum experience.”

– Fred Deakin, Artist

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