This week, a number of Knowledge Quarter partners met with Sir Alan Wilson, Chief Executive of the newly established Alan Turing Institute, a fellow Knowledge Quarter partner organisation.
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The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff and friends from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast views. It will be on this occasion hosted at the Weiner Library. You are invited to attend a private curator tour of A Bitter Road – an exhibition which considers a fundamental yet little-examined aspect of life at Britain and the Refugee Crisis of the 1930s and 1940s.
Last week, a number of Knowledge Quarter partners met with Sir Keir Starmer, Member of Parliament for Holborn and St Pancras, over breakfast. The event was hosted in one of the galleries of the British Museum.
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.
The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff and friends from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast views. It will be on this occasion hosted at the Foundling Museum. KQ staff and partner organisations will have the opportunity to have an exclusive look at Feeding the 400 an exhibition which considers a fundamental yet little-examined aspect of life at the Foundling Hospital – food.
Daniel Stevens, our Advocacy and Communications Manager, has written for the International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities’ (CAMOC) Quarterly Newsletter on the role cultural institutions play in innovation districts. In it he argues that the language on innovation districts overlooks the importance of cultural institutions. Innovation districts thrive on face to […]
When: Wednesday, 14 September 2016 from 08:30 to 09:30 (BST) Where: Brunei Gallery SOAS – Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, WC1H 0XG The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to invite staff from Knowledge Quarter organisations to the next in our series of private breakfast views. It will be on this occasion hosted at the Brunei Gallery at […]
“Be curious “children told in inspirational day filled with talks and workshops. From 3D-printing with the Crafts Council to fighting the robot uprising with the Guardian’s Ken Lim. Over 200 children aged 9 to 10 attended were told to “be curious” at an innovative Primary Careers Conference organised by the Knowledge Quarter in partnership with […]
Children to solve crime, construct buildings and hear from comic book artists and video game musicians at careers event for primary pupils. Crime solving with the Francis Crick Institute, building construction with Little Architect and inventing new uses for smart materials with the Institute of Materials, Mining and Minerals are only some of the workshops […]
Since the Knowledge Quarter (KQ) launched last December, there has been plenty of interest in the idea, not only within London and the UK but also internationally. KQ recently met with partners in Sydney, Australia but last week I was invited to speak about the KQ in Seoul, Korea.