The Shop of Curiosity

The Shop of Curiosity is an exhibition presented by 15 ActionSpace artists which invites viewers into a shop like no other, offering a multimedia, multi-sensory experience that will transport them into a world of curiosities, intrigue and discovery.

The Big Bang Fair London 2016

The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to be partnering with the Big Bang Fair at Westminster Kingsway College. Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to take part inspiring young people with science, technology, engineering and mathematics but also highlighting how art and cultural organisations focus on science-based projects.

Inspire!’s Get Ready for Work Experience

Volunteers are needed for Inspire!’s Get Ready for Work Experience programme at William Ellis School in Camden. They will support students to identify the skills and qualities required for the work environment and share their own work experiences to highlight employer expectations.

School of Life - KQ partner offer

The School of Life invites KQ partners to join psychologists, historians, broadcasters and writers as they take a philosophical look at the worlds of history and literature. To claim the 20% discount, simply use the promo code.

Project Zero - Call for Artists

Project One Zero, a new Art Collective based on The Cally ( Caledonian Road - North London ) at Bemerton Art Studios invites artist to submit applications for exhibiting artists' works, for residencies and organises free workshops open to all.

Open City Documentary Festival - Partnership Opportunity

Open City Documentary Festival is currently looking for partners for the delivery of content for the 2016; held each June since 2011, the festival creates an open space to nurture and champion the art of creative documentary. All festival partners have an active presence at the festival by participating in the industry programme, hosting screenings and creating bespoke events.

Help us shape the workforce of tomorrow: Offer a work placement today!

Each year, Inspire! supports around 4,000 young people aged 14 – 19 in North and East London to gain first-hand experience of working life by undertaking an unpaid work placement with a local employer. Could you help us by hosting a student for a week, two weeks or even for one day per week over several months?

Ideas and Pioneers Fund

Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Ideas and Pioneers Fund supports people who have an idea with unusual promise to improve the life chances and opportunities of individuals and communities in the UK.

The Francis Crick Institute: Accelerating Translation

Knowledge Quarter partner, The Francis Crick Institute, identifies 'Accelerating Translation for Health and Wealth' as one of the five key priorities of the institute overall strategy ‘Discovery without Boundaries’. Practicing this ambition has opened new fascinating fields for both academic research and scientific translators.

2015 Growing Places Fund

The Growing Places Fund is used to support projects that are strategically important to London’s growth, where its impact can be recaptured, repaid after time, and reused to fund new projects in other parts of London. All bids should be submitted by 5pm on 21 October 2015.