About the Festival
The Arts & Humanities Festival is an annual event which celebrates and disseminates the work going on across the Departments and Research Centres which make up the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King’s College London.
The Festival provides an opportunity for collaboration between departments, across the College, and with external partners. It is a showcase of academic excellence with an emphasis on practical applications and public engagement.
A range of events take place across the Festival, including exhibitions, performances, lectures, readings, roundtables, debates, film screenings, Q&A sessions and guided tours. Most events are free and open to the public.
It’s a celebration of the Faculty’s achievements and as such we invite people from all walks of life to come along and get a taste of what we do.
We welcome members of the public, our alumni, members of other academic institutions, our creative partners, local businesses, prospective students, current students and staff from across the College.
The Festival is organised by the Arts & Humanities Research Institute and takes place every autumn at the College’s Strand campus.
For more information, please contact the Festival team: firstname.lastname@example.org