Participate in creative activities, explore your individual creativity and enhance your academic experience with King’s Culture.
King’s Culture is here to support you to engage with arts and culture at the university and in London, whatever your faculty, course or level of study. Every King’s student is welcome and part of the inclusive and diverse cultural community, which brings together artists, cultural partners and the vast number of staff, students and alumni who engage with arts and culture in different ways.
As the academic year begins, be sure to check out resources around experiencing life in London and find out about upcoming King's Culture initiatives below.
Culture Climate Collective
This academic year, the team launch the King’s Culture Climate Collective, a new network supporting students’ art, creativity and storytelling as powerful forces for transforming our climate emergency. Created with and for King’s students, the Collective will feature collaborative arts projects alongside vibrant participatory events to enable you to build community, generate new visions and take action for a sustainable future.
To find out more about the Culture Climate Collective, sign up to the #KingsCulturalCommunity Student Newsletter to stay in the loop with how to get involved.
Science Gallery London
The Science Gallery London is a place to grow new ideas across art, science and health. It is part of Kings College London and brings together academics, researchers, students, and local communities.
Be sure to visit current exhibitions and displays:
- Utopia Now! which showcases the creative work that was created by local young people from Southwark and Lambeth throughout the pandemic
- Testing Ground, an exhibition of five new collaborations between King’s College London researchers and their creative partners
- Embodied Lines a display that investigates different forms of violence at the level of the city, the state, and in personal relationships
Find out more on the Science Gallery's website and follow @SciGalleryLon on Twitter and Instagram for further announcements about upcoming programmes, events, and how you can get involved.