The KQ Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Angelo Napolano as the Knowledge Quarter Project Support Officer. Angelo joins from Southbank Centre, where he worked as Event Assistant in the Arts Programming department.
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KQ partner, Kings Place, presents Kings Place Festival 2015 from the 11 to the 13 of September. There’s something for everyone this year with tickets at just £6.50, plus lots of events are free!
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.
To celebrate the International Year of Light, the Institute of Physics invites all Knowledge Quarter partners to join iSpex project in order to create a new map of the atmosphere and find out how clean the air is in London.
Austen scholar, Professor John Mullan from KQ partner, UCL, will give a talk on ‘Emma and Jane Austen’s London’ at the Emma 200 festival on Thursday 10th of September; opening a weekend of celebrations in the leafy surrounding of Brunswick Square.
The Urban Partners (UP) launch of the Wellbeing Walk on 6th July inagurated a safer, less polluted and calmer route for people walking from Euston to St Pancras/King’s Cross or vice versa and invigorated the local Somers town increasing footfall in the area.
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.
2015 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the current London Boroughs. To mark this anniversary the London Borough of Camden are delivering an exciting programme of arts and engaging activities for everyone from 1st April through to November 2015.
Over the summer KQ partner The Place has been supporting 30 dance artists to research and develop performance ideas, and explore new artistic territory as part of Choreodrome, a biennial summer research programme for British-based dance makers.