Curations allows anyone to curate their own group of artworks, and share them with the world.
Art UK Partner collections can additionally create virtual 'Exhibitions', link Curations to their venues, and add photographs and extra images.
Choose your artworks
You can add any artwork on Art UK to your Curation – not just those in your care. Discover artworks to add by artist, subject, venue or tag.
If you aren't signed in, you will see this button.
When you are signed in, use the 'Add artwork to Curation' button under artwork images to add your choices to your Curation.
You will need a designated collection user account to access collection-only features, such as the option to flag as relating to a physical exhibition, add extra images or choose a venue.
If you do not see these options when making a Curation, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org
Arrange and interpret
Manage your Curations using the editor in My Curations – a feature available once you are signed into Art UK. Here, you can arrange the artworks within your Curation and choose how you want to view them: as an Album, Storyline, or Showcase.
Give context or interpretation to your choices by adding text to tell the story you want to share.
Add extra images to your Curation, such as installation photographs, artist photographs, or artworks that are not on Art UK. Please ensure you have the appropriate rights to any uploaded images.
Publish and share
Once you're ready, you can choose to publish your Curation to share with the world on Art UK.
When sharing on social media, be sure to tag @artukdotorg on Instagram or Twitter – we will re-share with our followers whenever possible.
Need more help?
Find more detailed information on our Curations help page.
Art UK regularly publishes stories created by Partner collections, for example about collections' new acquisitions, new books by curators, or to generally promote a collection.
Stories are included in our newsletter and promoted on our social media channels.
Please contact Art UK on email@example.com to express an interest in creating content with Art UK.