Four venues are competing to host Julia Vogl for Museums at Night.
The Connect10 Vote is now closed. Head here to see the results
Discovery Museum, Newcastle: a large-scale participatory installation that invites Late Shows visitors to use donated vessels to reflect the migration story of Tyneside. Venue info here.
Gloucester City Museum & Art Gallery: a community installation as part of an amazing "leap back in time" and an evening filled with "everything science". Venue info here.
Rotunda Museum, Scarborough: a visual representation of Scarborough fusing scientific data, local rock/soil samples, arresting visuals and public participation. Venue info here.
Go back to the Connect10 index page to find out more about the artists and venues.
- Museums at Night 2013 takes place in hundreds of museums, galleries and heritage sites across the UK during the evenings of Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 16-18.
- The Connect10 competition is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.