The Knowledge Quarter has been shortlisted for this year’s Leading Culture Destinations Awards (LDC), Soft Power Destinations of the Year Category, for the Best Cultural District award.
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The Knowledge Quarter is a partnership of knowledge-rich organisations based around King’s Cross, St Pancras, Bloomsbury and Euston. This is a great opportunity for someone to join the Knowledge Quarter team.
Created Out of Mind is delighted to announce the launch of their new, short animated film narrated by people living with dementia and their partners. The film was developed in partnership with Alzheimer’s Society and is supported by Wellcome.
The Place is looking for talented, driven people with experience in finance and audit, property and regeneration, producing and touring, to join its Board of Governors.
Knowledge Quarter Partners had the opportunity to meet with The Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and discuss the future possibilities for the Knowledge Quarter on its current trajectory and how this can benefit companies large and small nationwide in a post-Brexit Britain.
We are delighted to publish a small selection of images from the Knowledge Quarters inaugural conference ‘The Future of Knowledge’ held at the British Museum on the 12th February 2018.
Knowledge Quarter partners, supporters and staff will come together and celebrate the Knowledge Quarter’s second anniversary and formally launch the new Knowledge Bank. Taking place within the newly opened and breath-taking Francis Crick Institute, partners will be treated to an intimate evening of talks and performances.
The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff and friends from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast views. It will be on this occasion hosted at the Wellcome Collection.
Join us to celebrate and explore ideas of gender across science and the arts with Lilian Hunt from Francis Crick institute, Researcher Corinne J.N. Cath from the Alan Turing Institute and performances from poet Belinda Zhawi and opera singers CN Lester and Sarah Dacey.
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