UCL’s President and Provost, Professor Michael Arthur, invites Knowledge Quarter partners to celebrate the relaunch, rebranding and new digital presence of UCL Culture on Thursday 10 November 2016 from 6:00 – 9:00pm in the South Cloisters of the Wilkins Building, UCL.
UCL Culture believes in the power of open eyes and minds in opening borders and sparks connections between people and ideas, connecting UCL with the world and the world with UCL.
UCL Culture teams manage museums, theatres, collections and facilitate engagement. They bring diverse performers and audiences into the heart of UCL to energise the student experience and fuel UCL’s creative culture with cutting edge cultural experiences. They collaborate with UCL students and staff to provoke, connect and engage more powerfully. They use objects, insights and expertise to reframe questions and surface new ideas. UCL Culture believe that open minds see further.
The event will be hosted by Simon Cane, Director of UCL Culture and Board member of the Knowledge Quarter and will feature a number of special guests, including artist Gary Stevens and poet Simon Barraclough and Slade artist Naomi Fitzsimmons with a specially commissioned performance around UCL Culture Manifesto.
Knowledge Quarter partner are invited to join for an evening of celebrations, performances and displays and to find out more about the UCL Culture Manifesto.
To RSVP – please use the eventbrite page which will ensure you receive updates about the event automatically.
If you have any questions about the event, please don’t hesitate to contact Sarah Wishart, Marketing & Communications Manager, UCL Culture.