Knowledge Quarter at the Museum Next conference

The Knowledge Quarter and Lord Cultural Resources presented the event “Museums of the Future: Agents of Soft Power” on Monday 18th of April at this year Museum Next conference in Dublin. Museum Next is an annual conference where professionals from across the sector come together to share best practice, network and get new ideas.

IOP Summer Sessions 2016 - Making Waves

Unfortunately due to a family emergency with the speaker, the Making Waves event has been cancelled.

Spaces to Think: Innovation Districts and the Changing Geography of London's Knowledge Economy

London’s Knowledge Quarter (KQ) welcomed publication of a new report from the Centre for London highlighting the capital’s innovation districts; areas that provide the right conditions for organisations from a range of sectors to exchange knowledge, collaborate and innovate.

Curious? Festival of Futures Powered by the Knowledge Quarter

All Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to submit proposals for Curious? Festival of Futures programmes. Building on the amazing success of Curious? 2015, King’s Cross will host a one-day long learning and knowledge-focused festival, encouraging and enabling partnerships and collaborations from across the Knowledge Quarter.

Museums of the Future: Agents of Soft Power

The Knowledge Quarter and Lord Cultural Resources will present the event Museums of the Future: Agents of Soft Power at this year Museum Next conference in Dublin.

Innovation Districts: The London Context

The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to partner with Centre for London, hosting a discussion on the changing geography of higher education and the knowledge economy as well as looking at how features of the innovation district model can be applied to London.

Regent High School Community and Family Open Day - Call for Participants

Regent High School invites Knowledge Quarter partners to join the school’s Community and Family Open Day. Partners can now express their interest, suggesting activities and ideas on how they would like to represent their organisation.

Primary Careers Conference 2016

During this year’s edition of the Primary Careers Conference, sponsored by the Knowledge Quarter, young pupils will find out more how a gift, a story, the example of a parent or a relative has shape speakers’ current professional life.

Humanities learning helps keep society sane by Professor Sarah Churchwell

Knowledge Quarter’s partner, the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council and British Academy, are now inviting applications for the third Being Human festival of the humanities. Sarah Churchwell, new festival director, talks about the importance and use of the humanities.

Community engagement Show and Tell event

A very successful event has brought together Knowledge Quarter partners at the Wellcome collection reading room showcasing seven demonstrations of current Knowledge Quarter community engagement projects.