Culture: A year in review, 2016-17
Download the 2016-17 review here.
Latest publication from King's College London:
Changing cultures: transforming leadership in the arts, museums and libraries
A report by King’s College London on the current landscape of leadership development in the arts, museums and libraries
The art of soft power
This enquiry report explores how art and culture feature in the mechanisms of international relations, focussing on one specific setting: the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG).
The Creative Role of Research
This report draws on the data from the last REF to interrogate the ways in which academics and creative practitioners have forged relationships, collaborated, and influenced one another.
Towards cultural democracy
This Enquiry presents a timely, distinctive vision of how to build a cultural life for the UK that is valuable for everyone, and made by all.
The art of partnering
A Cultural Enquiry in collaboration with the BBC into the role partnership plays in enabling publicly funded cultural institutions to enhance the quality and diversity of their work across the UK.
Culture and major events
A Cultural Enquiry exploring the role that the arts and culture sector can play in adding value to sporting and major events.
CultureCase comprises a vast array of carefully selected academic research
from universities and scholars around the world that can add value to the work of the cultural sector.
King's Pure Research Portal
Information about King's research, from researcher biographies and funding details, to outputs such as published books and peer-reviewed journal articles.
Modern Moves: Kinetic Transnationalism and Afro-Diasporic Rhythm Cultures is a five-year research project funded by the ERC and located at the Department of English, King’s College London.
Reports and reviews
The civic role of arts organistions
A literature review for the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
The starting point for an Inquiry by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation into the civic role of arts organisations.
Beyond the Creative Campus
Dr Roberta Comunian and Dr Abigail Gilmore's reflections on the evolving relationship between higher education and the creative economy.
Caring for Cultural Freedom
A report on an ecological approach to supporting young people's cultural learning.
Watch a series of films about recent collaborative projects between artists, technologists, creatives, academics and researchers across King's.