Four new partners have joined London’s Knowledge Quarter today, bringing the number of organisations involved to 76. The Knowledge Quarter is delighted to welcome:
89up is a human rights agency which uses intelligent and data-driven analysis at the heart of delivering impact. It runs campaigns with an aim of making the world a more open, pluralistic, and democratic place. It works with charities, private clients and not-for-profits to maximise their impact with the public, the press and policy makers. 89up is also the publisher of Little Atoms, a website, podcast and magazine dedicated to ideas and culture.
NADFAS is a leading arts charity with over 300 societies and 90,000 members worldwide. It works to advance decorative and fine arts education and appreciation, alongside promoting the conservation of artistic heritage. NADFAS opens up the world of the arts for everyone to enjoy, learn, participate in, and preserve.
PRODUCE UK is an artistic event-making and placemaking agency. They create memorable audience experiences for world-class organisations and brands: combining great design and compelling creative ideas with exceptional production values and strategic insight. Produce UK have been the curator and coordinator of the Knowledge Quarter’s ‘Curios?’ festival in 2015 and 2016.
Theatre of Debate is an award-winning professional theatre company established in 1989. It works with leading scientists and researchers, policy makers and experts, writers and actors to produce creative work including theatre and debate, live and filmed, that engages young people and adults in ways that both entertain and provoke serious thought.
Jodie Eastwood, Project Manager, Knowledge Quarter said:
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome these four exceptional partners highlighting the breadth of activity contained with the Knowledge Quarter. From the activists at 89up and artists at Produce UK based in the thriving creative hub of Tileyard studios to the societies of NADFAS in historic Bloomsbury. The Knowledge Quarter continues to connect and attract an ever-growing number of extraordinary organisations at the forefront of innovation.”