Steps I Take, Marks I Make - The Primary Careers Conference by Bavaani Nanthabalan

The Primary Careers Conference is in its third year and shares its vision with the borough of Camden: to ensure every child and young person has a chance to succeed and nobody gets left behind. A new original guest blog by Bavaani Nanthabalan from Netley Primary school introducing this year Primary Career Conference.

The anthropologist as an agent of change by Parvathi Raman

Anthropologists certainly can make a contribution to the debate on migration, or more precisely, on the issue of who has the right to move. They have a role to play in challenging the migration myths that circulate and gain traction in the popular imagination.

Innovation Brokerage Tool - NCUB

The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) is spearheading the development of an online tool to help businesses find and connect to research and innovation opportunities in across UK universities.

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.

My Library By Right

CILIP is launching a new campaign, My Library By Right, to champion the public’s rights to quality library services. The campaign has been launched in December 2015 and continue into 2016. It is focused on public library services in England.

The Transformative Power of the Arts by Moira Sinclair

The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to present a guest blog by Moira Sinclair from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. A blog looking at evidences on how arts make a very real difference to people’s lives.

Design Council Spark

Do you have a great product idea but now need support to make that idea a reality? Design Council Spark wants to hear from you for a place on our fast track product innovation programme, a share of £165k funding and support from expert mentors. No design or invention experience necessary.

Putting Soul in the City - towards a manifesto by Graham Henderson

Poet in the City presents an art manifesto on how to use public art to transform the 21st Century urban landscape. Graham Henderson’s essay is a call to use the arts and culture not only to beautify the public realm but also to express our values, provide social identity and cohesion, and provide new opportunities for science and enterprise.

The hardworking picture workshop at the House of Illustration

Bringing to the table years of experience as scribes, graphic facilitators and creative problem solvers, the Scriberia team will introduce you to tips and techniques to empower you as a visual thinker and communicator with a discounted rate for KQ partners.