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Research-Informed Practice Scheme

Research-Informed Practice is a new pilot programme by the Cultural Institute at King's College London, supporting the development of creative collaborations between leading cultural organisations and academic researchers working in complementary fields and exploring the process of research-informed collaboration towards a new creative project.

Over the 2016/17 academic year the Cultural Institute at King’s will support six leading artists/ cultural organisations to  work with King’s academics, drawing on their research and expertise in the research and development phase of a new creative piece. The aim is that this will lead to the production of new creative works informed by cutting-edge research and providing that research, in turn, with impact and visibility.

As a part of the scheme, King's College London will offer full support to evaluating the impact of the produced work and it is hoped that this project will offer an opportunity to co-develop rigorous and innovative new evaluation tools of use to both the cultural and academic sector.  


A History of the Future of the World

With Emma Smith, Professor Paul Readman (KCL) & Dr Tom Hulme (SAS)


Fair Field

With Penned in the Margins & Dr Lawrence Warner (KCL)


A Pacifict's Guide to the War on Cancer - Digital Resource

With Complicite & Dr Charlotte Wilson-Jones (SLAM & KCL)

Fog Everywhere

Fog Everywhere

With Camden People's Theatre and Professor Frank Kelly (KCL)


What shapes our body and movement patterns?

With Russell Maliphant Company & Dr Kelina Gotman (KCL)



With Emma Frankland, Abby Butcher, Sheran Dickenson & Professor Myra Hunter (KCL)



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