Let's Get Real

Is your content fit for purpose?

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23rd September 2015

Starting at 9.45am


Brighton, UK

Dome Studio Theatre

Tell me why I should come?

It isn't only organisations struggling to adapt to digital change, it’s the people in them. At Culture24 we believe that real innovation lies in changing peoples’ work patterns, rhythms and the ways they communicate. This year’s Let’s Get Real conference asks ‘What’s the story?’ and brings together a range of experts, artists and thinkers to help us make more out of our digital cultural heritage. Content strategies, practically focussed solutions, innovation with what we already have, organisational shift – all this packaged in a mix of keynotes, conversations, critique and provocations. We will help you to understand how to use different narratives about your organisation and your content. Our ambition is to break down boundaries in the way we work and the way we make things for our audiences.


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The ideas behind the #LGR2015 conference

The programme #LGR15

We have a brilliant line up of speakers at our fourth 'Let's Get Real' conference taking place as part of the Brighton Digital Festival. Chris Wild from Retronaut will show us how to make the past go viral, Seb Chan (our museum superstar) will be telling us how to create new narratives, Alexa Clay (our expert on subculture) will be talking about her brilliant new book 'The Misfit Economy' and Owen Valentine Pringle (our digital strategist) will be looking inside the issues of digital transformation. We'll have a panel discussion on fandoms, a deep dive into long form storytelling and our unique Crit Room offering you professional advice live on stage. It will be a packed day of content strategies, practically focussed solutions, innovation and ideas.

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We are offering ten specially priced tickets at £55 (plus VAT) each that are available to students who are working with or studying audience development, digital engagement, analytics or measurement in the cultural sector - or unwaged staff from volunteer run museums or arts organisations. Email sandra@culture24.org.uk with a letter telling us why this is you.


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