On 14th July the Knowledge Quarter presented at a conference celebrating the results of the synergies between universities, cultural institutions and the creative arts.
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We are delighted to announce six new partners have joined the Knowledge Quarter, Bertha DocHouse, Briffa, Conway Hall, Gasholder, London Metropolitan Archives and Scriberia.
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.
The Crick has announced an exciting new open science collaboration with GSK, the UK’s largest healthcare company. This is the first partnership to be established between the Crick and a pharmaceutical company.
The Knowledge Quarter will host its first festival, Curious?, in partnership with King’s Cross, on 29 – 30 August 2015. Curious? will bring together Knowledge Quarter members such as The Guardian, The Foundling Museum, UCL, The Francis Crick Institute, Poet in the City and the British Library to present a series of performances, debates, workshops, experiments and lessons.
This exciting new resource developed by Knowledge Quarter partner Poet in the City delves into secret life of archives, exploring how these treasure-troves of history can spark bold and inventive creative writing.
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.
New findings published by the British Library reveal that a two-year initiative to run business support services in libraries has attracted more than double the national average of women to start up their own businesses, and triple the number of entrepreneurs from black and Asian minority ethnic backgrounds.
Knowledge Quarter partner Tête: à Tête: The Opera Festival is returning to King’s Cross this summer, with more than 100 performances of over 40 new works, at a range of local venues.
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.