Voting is now open for the Museums at Night competition.
Both the City and Folk Museums need your votes to help make the events bigger and better than planned.
The winners of the 'Museums at Night Connect10' contest benefit from £2,000 per venue and a top contemporary artist of their choice to exhibit at two special night events.
The Folk Museum has bid to win Richard Wentworth (Damien Hurst's tutor and British Sculptor), and the City Museum has bid to win Julia Vogl (Catlin Prize winner, American-English).
The online voting is now open and closes at 5pm on Tuesday 5th March, for your vote visit www.gloucestermuseums.co.uk