We have an amazing opportunity to work with top contemporary artist Luke Jerram here in Woking for Museums at Night and we have until 16 May to get as many votes as possible to win. Luke has chosen our venue along with 4 others to go through to the voting stage of the competition and now we need your help!

Luke Jerram is a multidisciplinary artist and his projects involve the creation of scultures, installations and live arts. He has created a number of large scale public engagement works inspiring people around the globe including Park and Slide in Bristol. His celebrated street piano installation ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’ has been presented in over 46 cities.

We want to work with Luke with a theme of time and story-telling, which fits so well with what we do at The Lightbox in Woking’s Story.

We want to use visitors’ clocks to inspire local story-telling on the themes of childhood and special moments. Visitors’ stories will be used as snapshots of Woking’s history as storytellers will lead illuminated trails around the venue.

If you vote you get the chance to take part in magical art happening that you have helped create.

Click here to vote now!

Image credits: Park and Slide in Bristol photo by Luke Jarram; Photo of Luke Jerram by Bristol City Council; Play me I'm yours © Claude Schneider Photography