The Nuclear Culture programme 2016/ 17

The Nuclear Culture Project is a curatorial exploration led by Ele Carpenter, Associate Curator at Arts Catalyst, in partnership with Goldsmiths College, University of London which brings together scientists, engineers and community activists with artists and ethicists to consider the conceptual and cultural challenges of dismantling nuclear submarines in the UK and develop new opportunities for creative practice.

Camden STEAM Commission

The Knowledge Quarter in partnership with Camden Council and the Wellcome Trust is launching a commission to raise aspirations and improve access to the great opportunities for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) careers within the borough.

Butterflies and Bones: the Casement Project by Fearghus Ó Conchúir

Artist and choreographer Fearghus Ó Conchúir writes about his research at the National Archive curating the Casement Project. Including performances and talks, this collaboration between the Place and the British Library explore Roger Casement's legacy.

The BMA Mind Garden

The British Medical Association and BMJ invites Knowledge Quarter partners to 'The BMA Mind Garden' at BMA House.This is a platform for new thinking and collaboration on the important role that gardens play in delivering fresh and innovative approaches to mental health.

Knowledge Quarter and UCL presents Creating Connections Networking Event

Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to Creating Connection, a networking event which aims to find areas of common interest and collaborative working between academics and the voluntary & community sectors.

Collaboration in Action! LUPC & SUPC Conference 2016

Knowledge Quarter partners are invited to join the London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) and Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC) for a truly collaborative conference designed to help members in delivering greater efficiency through their procurement activity.

Health and the Body: The Ingram Collection at the RCGP

The Royal College of General Practitioners is delighted to be hosting its first ever art exhibition; Health and the Body: The Ingram Collection at the RCGP to highlight various issues and concepts surrounding General Practice today.


Knowledge Quarter partner, Arts Catalyst, launches a multi-year research programme for international artists, urbanist collectives and research architects to come together with local communities, so as to explore and document the social, political and environmental issues affecting those who inhabit the city.

Knowledge Quarter Hosts Innovative Primary Careers Conference

“Be curious “children told in inspirational day filled with…

Press Release - Knowledge Quarter to Host Primary Careers Conference

Children to solve crime, construct buildings and hear from comic…