Curious about the Connect10 competition? We’re here to help!

We’re getting a lot of interest in the Connect10 competition, which is terrific – this isn’t just a chance to secure a top artist and up to £2000 towards your Museums at Night event, but also offers every venue taking part some great audience development, publicity and creative programming opportunities.

A doorframe and open door in the middle of the countryside

Connect10 can open your venue’s doors to contemporary artists. L’Alége d’Or (c) Gavin Turk, 2012

It’s also been great to see venues asking their audiences which artists they’d like to see. One good example is this tweet from Tullie House in Carlisle:

1) Information

Find out all the details about how the Connect10 competition works here: you’ll also find links to our complete resource pack for venues, and the competition Ts & Cs.

2) Artists

The ten participating artists this year are Jake & Dinos Chapman, Martin Creed, Mat Collishaw, Cullinan Richards, Susan Forsyth, rAndom International, Gavin Turk, Julia Vogl, Richard Wentworth and Julian Wild.

Meet all the Connect10 artists and discover their ideas – could any of these work well at your venue?

3) Submit your idea

Enter your event idea into the Connect10 competition via this form by 5pm on Thursday 31 January!

The Connect10 competition is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Don’t forget, Nick and I are here to help. We’ve already spoken to many of you, so please don’t feel shy about getting in touch. If you have questions about any aspect of the process, or would like to discuss your plans, simply give us a call on 01273 623336 or email rosie@culture24.org.uk.

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