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ICC publishes Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation report into civic role of arts organisations

Posted on 10/07/2017

rethinking relatioshipsRethinking Relationships is a report from the first phase of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s Inquiry into the Civic Role of Arts Organisations. The report, which was produced following extensive research and collaboration with those working within the arts sector, highlights the extent and diversity of the civic role arts organisations are currently playing in the UK and further afield, and the positive impact they are having in communities.
 
These impacts are brought to life through a series of powerful and compelling examples of the difference arts organisations are making, such as musical performances in the Calais refugee camp that brought people together and lively cabaret shows for retired people with little access to affordable culture. Read the full report.

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'Student Sounds' event at King's showcases the musical talents of five students

'Student Sounds' event at King's showcases the musical talents of five students

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On 30 November, the Culture Lounge hosted an event of performances by five talented King's students who are musicians and singers: Selin Sarayli, Baudouin Chaar, Teng Chen, Ledy Manurung and Zach Thompson.
'One World Carnival' at King's celebrates culture, diversity and faith

'One World Carnival' at King's celebrates culture, diversity and faith

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KCLSU's 'One World Festival' saw students come together to celebrate culture, faith and diversity at the Arcade at Bush House.
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.
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