2 weeks till Museums at Night: download posters and use our visitor surveys!
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Festival poster to download and print

Thanks for your positive feedback on our festival brochure: sorry that some of the distribution was delayed over Easter. 

Several of you admired the front cover design, and we're happy to share this image with you as a printable poster - you can download the picture in landscape or portrait format and print it out to display.

How to benefit from the BBC Arts At Museums at Night coverage: PR tips


Advance filming is already taking place at several venues, but what could our BBC partnership mean for you? In addition to the BBC2 filming which has already been planned, there will be lots of broadcast opportunities at a regional level.

1) If your venue has a great spokesperson, then do let PR coordinator Pandora know.

2) It's also not too late to send your strongest high-res photos through for our press image library - simply email them to pandora@bulletpr.co.uk.
 
3) Finally, we strongly encourage you to send out press releases to your local newspapers, blogs and local radio stations flagging up that your event is part of the Museums at Night festival.

You can download festival logos and Notes to Editors boilerplate text here

Evaluation: use our visitor surveys


You're welcome to use our Museums at Night visitor surveys to capture feedback at your event - simply download and print them, and post the completed forms back to us.

Download the Museums at Night visitor survey form in English (2 page Word doc)

Download the Museums at Night visitor survey form in Welsh (2 page Word doc)

Event sold out? Change of plans?


If you need to update the details of your Museums at Night event listing, here's how to let our team and the public know.

If you're having difficulty selling tickets, please let us know as soon as possible - we want your events to be a success and may be able to help you!

Picture: Osterley House (National Trust)

Top Twitter tip


If you're mentioning your Museums at Night event on Twitter, use the hashtag #MatN2014 and we'll retweet you. 

Don't forget to include a link people can click to find out more about your event!

London pop-up museum opportunity


Fancy furnishing a pop-up museum in a fancy hotel room in central London during Museums at Night? Get involved in a great PR opportunity with all the costs covered. This could be a great last-minute chance to take part in the festival if you're unable to open your venue space!

If you're interested, please call Nick Stockman on 01273 623279 or email nick@culture24.org.uk.

New on the Museums at Night blog

Resource: Tips on working with performance artists from Ella Lewis-Collins of the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

Case study: Meet the dancing student panel bringing a 1951 Vintage Night to the Museum of English Rural Life 

Case study: Attracting new visitors to the UK Supreme Court, by Morag Calderbank

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Museums at Night is a national campaign led by Culture24, showcasing the UK's vibrant museums, galleries, heritage sites, libraries and archives. It is funded by Arts Council England, and is associated with the European event, La Nuit des Musées.

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