London Cultural Connections: Arts, Academia & a Wider Audience
'X Factor' meets 'A History of the World in 100 Objects'
London Cultural Connections: Arts, Academia and a Wider Audience
is running for the second time in 2011/12.
The project is a a two-year Arts & Humanities Research Council-funded scheme, designed to provide PhD students at King’s, the Courtauld Institute of Art, University College London, School of Advanced Study (University of London) and Kingston University with the opportunity to develop transferable skills related to public engagement. It offers a unique arena for students to develop their skills in public speaking and to build up relationships with major cultural institutions in Britain’s capital city.
The scheme is run in collaboration with a number of cultural partner organisations including:
Courtauld Institute of Art
British Film Institute
Victoria and Albert Museum
The project is coordinated by King's College London, in partnership with the Courtauld Institute of Arts and funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council.
Learn about the experiences of students who took part in the scheme last year.