Eye-catching, enticing images of people discovering the fun and excitement of Museums at Night hugely increase the impact of our PR campaign – meaning that more people will want to come to events in this year!
Our PR campaign is built around the stories and images from your events: the stronger these are, the more media interest and coverage the festival will get. So, please send us your photographs so that we can create the most eye-catching publicity material possible!
We need images that are high-resolution – at least 300dpi – and ideally which are taken at sunset, dusk or night-time. The pictures could be of the outside or inside of your venue, but should ideally involve interested people having a great time interacting with objects, collections or exhibitions at your venue.
Remember to ask parents’ permission before photographing children.
The images we receive which capture the spirit of the weekend could be featured in:
- local, regional and national press coverage
- the Culture24 website and Facebook page
- this blog
- BBC History Magazine’s printed Guide to Museums at Night
- in presentations given by Culture24 staff
- and in many of the other ways we promote Museums at Night events
Email images to Rosie, firstname.lastname@example.org
To be included in our first big PR push into long-lead glossy magazines, your Museums at Night events need to be registered onto the DDE database by 5pm on Friday 20th January.
You’ll find information about how to register your event here. Any questions? Want to discuss your plans? Give me a call on 01273 623336!