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King's Cultural Experience Award: applications now open for the Spring term

King's Cultural Experience Award: applications now open for the Spring term

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Applications are open for the Spring term's King's Cultural Experience Award. The award invites students to explore their cultural London, including the history and counterculture of the Southbank, walking cultural Peckham and a session on art and activism.
'Thriving in the city' – a collaboration between King's College London and Battersea Arts Centre

'Thriving in the city' – a collaboration between King's College London and Battersea Arts Centre

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A new collaboration between Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) and King's College London, 'Thriving in the city', was launched on 9 November 2018 in the brand new Scratch Hub at BAC.
King's cultural community: introducing Raffaella Molin

King's cultural community: introducing Raffaella Molin

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For a little over a year, Raffaella Molin has been working in the King's Food team as a Hospitality Assistant, but she is also a hugely talented ceramic artist who balances her role at King's with her life in the arts.
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Speech: Dr Nick Wilson at launch of Towards cultural democracy report

Speech: Dr Nick Wilson at launch of Towards cultural democracy report

Date
30 Apr 2020
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King's College London has launched its fourth Cultural Enquiry, Towards cultural democracy: promoting cultural capabilities for everyone. At the launch, Dr Nick Wilson, Reader in Creativity, Arts & Cultural Management, Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries at King's and one of the report's authors, gave a speech to invited guests from across the cultural, academic and policy sectors that formally launched the report.
My primary school is at the museum - the teacher's perspective

My primary school is at the museum - the teacher's perspective

Date
5 May 2020
Description
In this blog, Laura Luxton, a teacher at St Thomas Community Primary School, Swansea. writes about her experience of a series of King's pilot projects that test the hypothesis that there may be beneficial learning and social outcomes for primary school children and their families if their primary school is located in a local museum.
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