Knowledge Quarter has partnered up with British Land for the development of a site-specific installation at Regent’s Place. ‘Weaving Knowledge’ is the concept behind the installation that aims to celebrate the wealth of knowledge that is being produced in the area. The idea is to create a large-scale intervention that infuses the space with colour and playfulness, as well as relevant, site-specific meaning.
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Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson has today instigated a Science and Innovation Audit for an area of London known as the Knowledge Quarter; encompassing Bloomsbury, Euston and King’s Cross. The consortium leading the audit includes the British Library; Camden Council; the Knowledge Quarter; the Royal Veterinary College; City, University of London and UCL.
Knowledge Quarter partners had the opportunity to meet with Cllr Georgia Gould, the newly elected leader of Camden Council. As leader of Camden Council, Cllr Gould presides over one of the most influential innovation hubs in London and the base for a large number of Knowledge Quarter partner institutions.
The Governing Body of Regent High School is seeking committed, enthusiastic and knowledgeable individuals who are interested in joining our highly effective team. Regent High School is a state-maintained, 11-19 co-educational comprehensive school located in Somers Town in the London Borough of Camden. We serve a very diverse community, which is represented in the demographics of our student body.
A fantastic job opportunity has arisen at the British Library for a Strategic Digital Project Lead, where you will help conceptualise, design and shape a digital public library service for the UK. Working with leading players across the public, library, digital and publishing sectors, you will lead a 12-18 month project to develop and test the proposition for a single digital presence for UK public libraries.
Following on from the success of their last three German writing competitions, the Institute of Modern Languages Research at the School of Advanced Study, University of London, and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) are again joining forces to launch the fourth challenge for all learners and lovers of German.
The Knowledge Quarter (KQ) welcomes a further three organisations as partners, bringing the total number of organisations involved in the partnership to 89. The KQ is delighted to welcome Edith Neville Primary School, Goodenough College and London Higher.
The Recovery College opened its doors to the community of Camden & Islington in September 2014, it is part of Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust, located next to the St Pancras Hospital. We started out with a pilot of just eight unique courses, now we co-deliver 33 courses which have been co-developed by Trust staff, Recovery College tutors and other partnership organisations.
Conway Hall has received £88,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, Victorian Blogging – The Pamphleteers Who Dared to Dream of a Better World and are now looking to recruit a Digitisation Coordinator.
Knowledge Quarter partner The Place is looking for a Director of Finance and Resources, reporting to the Chief Executive, their will lead on finance and operational management to ensure the efficient implementation of The Place’s artistic and business objectives.