THINGS WE KEEP
Why do expatriates keep certain objects while leaving others behind in the process of moving from their home country to Britain? Exploring the narrative behind what we keep and why in new exhibition.
Trespass: an exploration of human behaviour is the first phase of Shobana Jeyasingh's exploration of human behaviour, intelligent environments and the choreographic process.
YOUR JEWISH MUSEUM
Journeys - how do we trace, interpret
and represent them? Journeys is the second of three crowd-sourced exhibitions run in collaboration with the Dept Theology and the Jewish Museum.
EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS SCHEME
Providing ECRs from across King's with the funding and support to develop a collaborative and innovative project with
a cultural sector partner in their area of research.
A consortium of leading cultural, creative and educational institutions together creating a season of events during 2016 to celebrate four hundred years of Shakespeare.
The second pre-opening season from Science Gallery London explores our relationship with food, opening up new ways of thinking in collaboration with scientists, artists, makers and performers.
64 MILLION ARTISTS
A national campaign to unlock the creativity of everyone in Britain, which uses a simple, fun and free process: Do, Think and Share to support people
who’d like to get creative.
JOURNEY OF JEANS
An info-graphic which explores the different connections and relationships embodied in the journey of a pair of
jeans around the world
THE ART OF MAJOR EVENTS
A cultural enquiry looking at the role of culture in major events, and exploring how expertise and knowledge from the 2012 Cultural Olympiad can be shared nationally and internationally.
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
A cultural enquiry which explores the various ways in which successive governments have sought to provide access to the arts for young people, with lessons learned for the future.
KING'S CLASH FELLOWSHIPS
Culture at King's is one of four partners providing fellowships on the AHRC-funded Collaborative Learning in the Arts, Society and the Humanities
VIRTUAL BATHING PROGRAMME
Run in collaboration with the National Trust, this programme looks at how to make relatively unexplored sites such as the hidden 'Roman Baths' in the Strand, accessible through digital modelling.
MY FIRST INCLUSIVE BALLET
Produced in partnership with English National Ballet, resources including graphic symbols and synposes make ballet more accessible to children with learning difficulties and disabilities.
JOINING THE DOTS
A new support programme for entrepreneurial artists, promoters, producers and others working in independent music, supported by
Culture at King's.
CULTURAL SPACE PROGRAMME
A programme which will explore new approaches to the development of
cultural organisations’ physical and
virtual spaces in ways which empower them and their audiences.
The project builds on existing work in the area of “multilingual creativity” already taking place in universities, schools, and arts & cultural organisations aiming to help young people recognise, develop and benefit from their plurilingual skills.
BELIEF AND CONFLICT IN THE UK
Three salons brought together artists, academics, activists and commentators to consider the role of art in exploring the relationship between belief and conflict in the UK.
SCIENCE IN INDIA
This project will develop the concept and vision for a major traveling exhibition at the Science Museum London in Autumn 2017.
VOICING THE SILENCE
An animated educational resource created from qualitative research data which explores maternity care experiences of women who were
sexually abused in childhood.
COMPASSION FOR VOICES
Compassion for Voices is an animated film designed to engage a non-academic audience with the compassionate approach to relating with voices.
Using improvisation and games based on Chilean methods for devising theatre, students engaged in developing a script for a performance in collaboration with Young Vic and Head for Heights.
Intercultural workshops enabled young people to interact creatively with the theatre translation process to see how they relate to different countries, experiment with language and develop ways to perform.
HIDDEN TOIL AT THE V&A
An interactive History Pin tour of the hidden labour of the slave trade, the enslaved, and domestic servants in the collections of the V&A including a series of bite-sized podcasts.
Collaborations between translators, artists, curators and scholars raise awareness of the important role of translation as a transformative concept for the arts, for language learning and for the UK's creative sector.
Random Walks is a playful and interactive educational mobile phone app aimed at a young audience to engage and inspire curiosity in current scientific and mathematical concepts.