Cultural Identities and Stereotype Threat - KQ Talk report

On 23 October 2016 the Knowledge Quarter presented the talk “Cultural Identities and Stereotype Threat ” as part of the Bloomsbury festival at the Conway Hall. The curatorial idea was to create a discussion in which specialists from different fields could exchange expertise, questioning what the relationship between cultural identity and stereotypization is. How and why do we construct stereotypes? How does a stereotype become a threat? Read the talk report.

Curious? Festival of Futures nominated for The Drum UK Event Awards

We are delighted to announce that Curious? Festival of Futures has been nominated for The Drum UK Event Awards and is running for ‘Cultural Event of the Year’ Award. The awards are announced on 1 December.

5 Years On: In Conversation by Teleri Lloyd-Jones

On Friday 14 October, various King’s Cross neighbours sat down to a roundtable discussion on the area’s recent and future development to mark 5 years since Central Saint Martins’ relocation.

Knowledge Quarter Welcomes Four New Partners

Four new partners have joined London’s Knowledge Quarter today, bringing the number of organisations involved to 76. The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to welcome 89 up, the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS), Produce UK, and Theatre of Debate as partners.

Knowledge Quarter featured in CAMOC

Daniel Stevens, our Advocacy and Communications Manager, has…

Curious? Festival of Futures - Review

The Curious? festival of Futures the best and biggest Knowledge festival in London took place at King's Cross Saturday 23 of July envisaging the future of King’s Cross and the Knowledge Quarter, through breakthrough research, tech and communities developments. King’s Cross was populated by a curious crowd made of adults, students and families who came to explore many activities, workshops and performances.

Curious? Festival of Futures Powered by the Knowledge Quarter

The Knowledge Quarter, in partnership with King’s Cross, announces details of the action-packed programme for Curious? London’s biggest and best festival of knowledge. On Saturday 23 of July, Curious? a fusion of science, culture and art will allow visitors to experience mind-bending talks, experiments and creative collaborations, from Knowledge Quarter partners. Click here for more information.

Welcome to New Knowledge Quarter partners

Eight new partners have joined London’s Knowledge Quarter (KQ) today, bringing the number of organisations involved to 73. The total number of partners is now more than double the number involved at the initial launch of the partnership.

One Camden - Letter from the Leader of Camden Council

Camden Council is monitoring and taking action against any form of hate crime in the follow up of the EU referendum. Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to support the Council in reassuring our community that there is no place for hate in Camden. Please read here the letter form the Leader of the Council.

Improve your disability confidence for free with CamdenAbility

Business Disability Forum (BDF) is reaching out to Camden-based organisations that might wish to join a unique employer network dedicated to improving disability confidence across business. CamdenAbility project aims to significantly increase the number of disabled Camden residents who are in full-time employment.