Shape the Future

Shape the Future is the collaborative project to develop the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals’ (CILIP) Strategic Plan for 2016-2020. The project consists of an open consultation that runs between the 25th September and the 16th December 2015.

Pilot project on "Crowdfunding for the cultural and creative sectors: kick-starting the cultural economy"

The aim of the Pilot Project is to identify, analyse and publicise the best practice in Europe's crowdfunding market in relation to the cultural and creative sectors.

Poet in the City is recruiting

KQ partner, Poet In The City, is recruiting for a talented Programme Manager. This is a unique opportunity to lead on the delivery of their world-class programme and play an important role in putting live poetry back on the map as a major performing art form.

Call for contributions: Wellcome Image Awards 2016

The call for contributions for the Wellcome Image Awards 2016 is now open. The deadline is 9 September 2015, and all submitted images will be considered for the Awards, to be held in March 2016.

Creative Europe: Call for a study on audience development

Study on Audience Development – How to Place Audiences at the Centre of Cultural Organisations. The study aims to identify successful approaches to and methods for audience development for European cultural organisations.

Open Call: Creative Content Showcase

Knowledge Quarter partner the Digital Catapult Centre are putting out an open call for their next showcase for UK organisations who are in, or working with the creative industries.

Call for Research Papers on Diversity

Knowledge Quarter partners The Creative Industries Federation is looking for their members to act as case studies for a paper on diversity and access (primarily BAME, gender and socioeconomic), to be released this autumn.

Singers wanted to join the Kings Place Choir!

Date: Thursdays 18:00 - 19:30 Venue: Kings Place, St Pancras Room With Kings Place being one of Europe’s leading cultural hubs, it’s about time its residents, workers and local community got involved in the musical action.

Pioneering investment fund brings social finance to the arts

A fund that brings together public, private and charitable investment to support arts organisations has been launched. This is the first of its kind to focus on the social, artistic and financial return created by arts-based organisations.

Being Human festival returns for second year

Being Human, the UK’s only national festival of the humanities, is back for another year and is now inviting applications from across the country for public event funding.