King's Reflecting Together
Explore the online gallery of work contributed to Kings Reflecting Together by the King’s College London community.
As part of the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the cultural community at King’s crowdsourced reflections, experiences and creative outpour of life in lockdown to create the King’s Reflecting Together time capsule.
Over the past four months staff, students, alumni and expert patients have contributed personal reflections of this historic moment, reaching beyond King's walls (and sometimes across seas) into homes, gardens, towns and cities.
The openness and creativity of the contributions are a testament of the disruption of daily routines and life as we knew it but also new beginnings emerging.
Until the end of August some of the submitted reflections will be shared on the cultural community’s social media channels. It is planned to share the reflections in a physical space once the campuses are fully reopened.
Explore the rest of the Create & Make programme here.
About the project
King’s Reflecting Together, supported by the Centre for Life Writing Research, The Centre for the Humanities and Health and King’s College London Archives will develop a time capsule and archive of creative work that reflects the struggles and the strength of community during this unprecedented period. The project is informed by the ‘Little Tin of Resilience’ project by Angela Maddock with the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care.