Hello! I’m Rosie Clarke, and I’m Campaigns Officer at Culture24. I handle communications and marketing around the festival, publish the Museums at Night blog, develop new resources to support venues and edit the Museums at Night newsletters. I’m always happy to talk about event planning and marketing, either over the phone or speaking to groups.
For my first Museums at Night experience in 2009 I visited Cambridge Museum of Technology to report on their unforgettable Night Fever event, which told the story of the battle against cholera through stage make-up, social history and dramatic performances.
My first gallery sleepover was at Bexhill’s De La Warr Pavilion, where I took part in artist Luke Jerram’s Dream Director experiment, which attempted to give sleeping participants epic dreams through the power of science and sound art.
Got questions about taking part? Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 523982.
Nick is our Campaigns Manager, and has been with Culture24 since 2010. Before joining the team, he headed up the Brighton Fringe for 6 years, and before that, managed bands and music venues.
He says, “Museums at Night is at such an exciting stage at its development. After the most successful festival ever, with 500 venues running terrific events and attracting over £4m worth of media coverage for the cultural and heritage sector, the next few years are going to see the campaign bloom and I’m very pleased to be here, steering that progress.”
Nick coordinates partnership and sponsorship opportunities, and is responsible for the strategic direction of the festival. To find out more about working together with Museums at Night, email email@example.com or call 01273 523983.
Pandora has over 15 years of public relations experience in the arts and entertainment fields, and has worked with clients ranging from Tom Jones to Oasis at Knebworth. She’s also a university lecturer in PR, and loves taking photos in her spare time.
Her favourite museums include St Fagans National History Museum in Cardiff, one of the Doctor Who filming locations, and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, where her children love the simulators in the hands-on room.
Pandora is the first point of contact for media enquiries about the Museums at Night festival: her number is 07729 469220. She’s always on the look-out for high-res promotional photographs from participating museums to add to the official media image library: please email your pictures (along with the copyright info / photographer’s credit) to firstname.lastname@example.org.