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Cultural Experience Award

The King’s Cultural Experience Award allows sudents to explore and map their own cultural London in a fun, sociable
and supported way. 

Face for Dental Humanities
Clinical humanities for dental undergraduates
A pilot module, Clinical Humanities for Dental Undergraduates - Learning to look from different perspectives supports the undergraduate Batchelor of Dentistry Science clinical teaching.

King's Cultural Challenge

The King’s Cultural Challenge summons the collective and individual creative-brain power of King’s students, inspiring debate, reflection and generating original ideas for how art and culture can positively transform the world.


page_divider_685x2px_orangeResearch and innovation

Connected culture puffConnecting culture

Exploring a radically innovative method 
of producing theatrical experiences through ‘networked performances’, which enable musicians, actors, singers and artists in different time zones to perform 
as one in real-time.

Pictorial art puffAPPG arts, health and wellbeing inquiry
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Arts, Health and Wellbeing (APPG) is working with King's College London on
an inquiry into arts, health and wellbeing.

multilingual creativityMultilingual creativity

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.


page_divider_685x2px_orangeShaping and transforming

Stroke Odysseys puffStroke odysseys
Stroke Odysseys is an arts in health design initiative that will lead to a clinically approved creative arts intervention for the South London stroke communities.

Blue plasticThames memories
With a focus on London’s river Thames, this project is a collaborative public art project with a mission to creatively inform and scientifically challenge our under-standing of the widespread dispersion of plastic debris on both fluvial and marine environments.

My Primary School is at the Museum Tate Liverpool drawingMy primary school is a museum
Testing the hypothesis that there may be beneficial learning and social outcomes for primary school children and their families if their primary school is located in a museum. 

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