Across King’s nine faculties and beyond the university, an inclusive cultural community brings together artists, cultural partners and the vast number of staff, students and alumni who engage with arts and culture in different ways.

These partnerships and collaborations enhance research and drive innovation, enrich education through original learning opportunities and serve the needs of the cultural sector and, more broadly, of society. In doing so they help King’s to deliver on the commitments set out in the university’s Vision 2029.

King’s aims to nurture and enhance this cultural community, recognising that anyone can be a part of it, whether their engagement with culture is through the curriculum or co-curricular activities, in research partnerships, student-led initiatives, through volunteering, or simply for fun.

Find out more at www.kcl.ac.uk/cultural

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