Entries by KQ

IP and Copyright

Knowledge Quarter partner, Briffa, would like to invite all KQ partners to a special panel event which discuss IP issues in the context of film, events and communications.

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.

Understanding the Economic Impact of the Knowledge Quarter / PhD Placement

The Knowledge Quarter PhD placement provides opportunities for PhD students to develop and apply transferable research skills outside of the university sector. This position would be ideal for someone looking to gain experience and pursue a career in a think tank, public affairs or third sector policy-making and research.

Great Parchment Book Blog

London Metropolitan Archives is pleased to announce that the Great Parchment Book Blog has been nominated in the Arts and Culture category of the UK Blog Awards 2016. The Public Vote has opened and Knowledge Quarter partners can express their support for the Great Parchment Book project and the blog by voting it.

Briffa Art Party

Briffa would like to invite all Knowledge Quarter partners to their annual party which coincides with the 28th edition of the London Art Fair. Come along and catch up with the Briffa team at their offices and view the many wonders on show from no less than 120 galleries presenting modern British Art alongside contemporary work from today’s leading artists.

Drawing on Childhood Exhibition

The Foundling Museum presents ‘Drawing on Childhood’ an exhibition that brings together the work of major illustrators from the eighteenth-century to the present day, who have created powerful images of characters in fiction who are orphaned, adopted, fostered or found.