Recent graduate Reece McMahon is starting work at Knowledge Quarter partner The Place after landing a place on a prestigious nationwide programme promoting new talent in the arts. Reece is one of just 40 recent graduates from around the country picked to receive a Weston Jerwood Creative Bursary.
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A fantastic opportunity has arisen at Knowledge Quarter partner the British Library to join the dynamic Corporate Affairs Team as Public Policy Officer, working with a wide range of policymakers to maintain and enhance the reputation of a global knowledge institution.
Somers Town Community Association is in a very exciting phase of its development. An ambitious and well respected ‘go to’, charity based in the heart of the Kings Cross ‘Knowledge Quarter’. The charity is now recruiting for a Living Centre Manager.
London Contemporary Dance School is launching a new Master of Arts programme focusing on the artistic practice, curation and scholarship of Screendance. As the only MA in the world that currently specialises in Screendance, the programme offers a much needed arena for further exploration by practicing artists already making work for screen who are seeking to develop their practical, professional and creative skills.
Westminster Kingsway College and NextGen Skills Academy will be running NextGen Futures digital Bootcamps in 2018 and 2019 with support from the Mayor’s office. NextGen Futures is providing an exciting 8 week programme that leads to paid internships with prominent leading VFX/Games/Post Production companies in London.
WMC, Camden’s Adult College are looking for a new Chair of Governors. The WMC has served adult learners for over 160 years. Their mission – to provide diverse, enriching and enjoyable lifelong learning, including skills for work, in a supportive environment for adults in Camden and the local area – is as relevant today as it was when we were founded in 1854.
University of London have officially launched their Leading Women 1868–2018 campaign. Throughout 2018 there are celebrating the 150th anniversary of women being first admitted to higher education in Britain with a series of events and activities. In 1868, nine women were admitted to the University of London. This was the first time in Britain that women had gained access to university education and this modest event was an immensely significant moment for the University, for women and for society as a whole.
Poet in the City has been awarded funding by Arts Council England to collaborate with the British Library in establishing a new approach to touring exhibitions. Poet in the City will commission new poetry and create events across England to tell the story of British Library exhibitions. Working with audiences in the North, South East and South West, they will present locally-specific versions of the tour. Libraries within the British Library’s Living Knowledge Network will become homes for Poet in the City’s ambitious live poetry programmes.
The Knowledge Quarter welcomes a further three organisations as partners, bringing together over 85 cultural, research, scientific, business and academic institutions both large and small under one umbrella. The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to welcome Camden Tour Guides Association, GuildHE and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
To inform our Science and Innovation Audit, we are asking businesses, universities, research institutes, cultural organisations and other expert stakeholders to fill out this short survey and support the building of our evidence base.