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Hubs & networks


A series of hubs create an interface with London and bring together thematic areas of research and education.

In March 2020 King’s College London temporarily closed Science Gallery London (SGL) in line with UK Government guidelines in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Like many other organisations we are continuing to respond to the challenges presented by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and in this context we are not inviting the public onto our campuses, including SGL. All SGL spaces have now been temporarily adapted to support on-campus teaching. The impact of the pandemic remains uncertain and will continue to be monitored in the light of increasing restrictions. King’s remains committed to engaging our communities with research; to the ongoing development of King's Cultural Community; and to pioneering collaborations in arts and science that enhance education and research. We will continue to deliver cultural programmes digitally, including a new online Inside Art and Science micro course for King’s students. King’s is and remains a member of the Science Gallery Global Network.

The Arts, Health & Wellbeing hub brings together academics, students and healthcare professionals around King’s with an interest in the intersection between arts and health. King’s distinctive approach leverages the university’s cultural connections and the reach of King’s Health Partners to support innovative research, trial arts-based health interventions and support the development of the healthcare professionals of the future.

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The Creative Digital Partnerships (virtual) hub will provide a means for creative industries and cultural partners, artists and King’s staff and students to design new digital outputs together, pool expertise and forge new relationships. Led by the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, the hub will use a range of co-production approaches to support King's Research, Education and Service ambitions through digital creative industries and related cultural partnerships in London and beyond. In turn, it will contribute to strengthening a community at King’s interested and engaged in digital creativity, and enhancing the university’s position at the intersection of the creative industries, higher education and cultural engagement.

Connecting a series of venues across the Strand campus including the Inigo Rooms and the Arcade and Exchange in Bush House. The Strand Cultural Quarter currently exists as both a physical and programme-based hub. With a number of key spaces across the Strand Campus that are used on a regular basis for cultural activity, the projects presented across the quarter aim to maximise interdisciplinary work between Strand-based faculties, engage high profile key partners on a regular basis, and provide an ongoing cultural programme that is meaningful to students, the academic community and the sector, providing an effective platform to amplify King’s research and education.

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The Arts and Conflict Hub based in the Department of War Studies at King's provides a focal point for work exploring the relationship between the arts and conflict, including visual arts, dance, music, theatre and film.


King’s Cultural Community is supported and enhanced by a series of internal and external networks. Faculty-based Cultural Advocates and Student Champions help to ensure that cultural opportunities are open to the broadest possible community and that the offer of the Culture team is responsive to staff and student needs. Our Circle of Cultural Fellows is a group of exceptional individuals who bring expertise and connections to the cultural community and help to ensure that King’s, and the knowledge generated here, has impact beyond the university. Connected Venues brings together a network of exhibition and performance spaces across five campuses.

A network of students from across King’s who inspire, challenge and support King’s cultural activities, ensuring they effectively serve student needs. Student Cultural Champions from across the university’s campuses work to generate new ideas and to give feedback and advice on King’s programme of cultural events, activities and initiatives. Through informal events, open to all students, the group helps to steer and design programmes that add to their understanding of arts and creativity and promote an inclusive learning environment that stimulates curiosity, supports intellectual endeavour and encourages independence.

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A group of exceptional individuals from across industry, academia, government and the arts who support and enhance King's Cultural Community.

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A network of museums, galleries and events spaces across and around King's five campuses.

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A group of leaders in science, technology, the arts, media, education and business who provide thought leadership and help ensure Science Gallery London has relevance and impact.

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A group of 15- to 25-year-olds who live, work and study in the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark shape and guide Science Gallery London, ensuring its programme reflects the concerns and ideas of young people.

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King's is a member of the Creative Industries Federation, the membership body that represents, champions and supports the creative industries.

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