About King's & Culture
Over many years, King’s has developed symbiotic partnerships with artists and cultural organisations in London and beyond that enhance the student and academic experience while adding value across the cultural sector. From tailored teaching, training and internship programmes, through innovative research collaborations and enquiries, to exhibitions and public events, these initiatives generate new approaches, new insights, new learning experiences and new networks.
In every faculty across the university, arts and culture make a distinctive contribution to achieving the vision King’s has set out as it approaches its 200th anniversary in 2029.
King’s has established specialist teams at the interface between the university and the cultural sector to broker and facilitate partnerships, working closely with faculties and with a number of external networks and partners. The Connected Venues network brings together the various cultural spaces in and around King’s.
Dedicated teams supporting King's and culture
Inspires and facilitates collaborations between King’s and the cultural sector that stimulate knowledge exchange, transform the student experience, develop new research, drive innovation and create impact.
Engages the public with the work of the university by bringing together academics, artists, cultural partners and students in curated spaces at the interface between King’s and London.
Cultural Partnerships & Enquiry
Connects the university with policy makers, think tanks, third sector organisations and government bodies to identify and explore new trends, challenges and opportunities.
Science Gallery London
Brings together researchers, students, local communities and artists to stimulate new approaches to contemporary challenges.
Partnerships & Networks
Ensures that the cultural strategy at King's is embedded within its academic departments, extends its impact beyond the university and connects King's with exceptional talent from a broad spectrum of disciplines.
Dedicated space to arts and culture across our five campuses and within the extended King's family, connecting the public with academic research through artistic collaboration.
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Culture is under the leadership of Deborah Bull, Vice President & Vice-Principal (London), King's College London.