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New appointments for The Centre for Arts & the Sacred

The Centre for Arts & the Sacred at King’s has announced two new appointments.

ASK appointments

Dr Katherine Schofield appointed as RHS Fellow

Head of the Department of Music, Katherine Schofield is awarded Fellowship by the Royal Historical Society.

Katherine Schofield

Wonderful interactive creatures come to the Strand this January

Approach, touch and interact with giant soft robots in a free, outdoor experience like no other, inspired by a collaboration with King's robotics research

Air Giants Unfurl (c) Malachy Luckie

King's researchers comment on the outcomes of the UK AI Safety Summit

Members of the King’s Institute for AI community share thoughts on the AI Safety Summit outcomes

cartoon image of a person looking at an exclamation mark sign

Turing Enrichment Scheme for PhD Researchers

Applications are now open. Hear from current and previous award holders from King’s College London

Students entering an amphitheatre.

Professor releases Christmas album to raise money for prostate cancer

James Clark, Professor of Cardiovascular and Physiology Education, has dropped his third Christmas album, Silent Night, to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

James Clark Christmas album 2023

New Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence launched

The Department of Culture, Media and Cultural Industries will co-lead one of the new research clusters.


Curiosity Cabinet showcases 'antiquities and oddities' on the Strand

The new exhibition at 171 Strand displays interesting artefacts and objects showcasing King’s research.

The Curiosity Cabinet shopfront

'Seeking Connection: Living Well with Technology Exhibition' opens in Bush House

The new exhibition from King’s Culture and the Digital Futures Institute features art installations and research collaborations exploring technology in...

10 Seeking Connection Resizes (c) David Tett

Scoring Mental Health: two musical performances in South London to rethink the sound of mental illness

Artists, musicians, experts by experience and researchers will create musical representations of mental health conditions in two November performances at the...

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King's to deliver Masters course in Digital Economies in Indonesia

King’s College London and Singharsari Special Economic Zone have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) to deliver Masters programmes in Digital Economies and...

Indonesia UK British Council Symposium signing October 2023

Decolonising Film Festivals: Learning the Lessons of Senegal

Dr Estrella Sendra Fernandez, Lecturer in Culture, Media and Creative Industries Education, recently completed fieldwork research in Senegal, focused on...

Urban art raising awareness of migration in the Soumbedioune fish market in Dakar

New research finds access to creative Higher Education remains 'highly unequal'

At the House of Commons, King’s researchers collaborated with the APPG for Creative Diversity to launch a report analysing the effectiveness of pathways to...

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Local Contexts Symposium hosted by King's College London Archives

On Friday 20th October, King’s College London Archives hosted an internal symposium to introduce the Local Contexts initiative.

A close up of a screen in the council room for the Local Contexts Symposium, showing the name of the symposium and the dates and hosts

AI art workshop held to improve mental health

King’s Undisciplined Spaces project works with charity to gather participant created pieces for AI art exhibition.

Undisciplined Spaces Exhibition


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