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13th June, 2016

Exit Velocity: Supercharge your academic career Read more

Early June and the preparations for the Exit Velocity conference at the University of West London are moving up a gear. It’s great fun to be collaborating with The Culture Capital Exchange again and I’m particularly happy to be involved in an interdisciplinary event that brings together people from different subject areas as well as from across […]

Jeremy Strong, Professor of Literature and Film, University of West London

3rd June, 2016

Intrinsically Instrumental: Ten Years of The Culture Capital Exchange Read more

In 2014 I was lucky enough to secure a position as Creativeworks London researcher-in-residence at The Culture Capital Exchange. My brief was, essentially, to write a reflective history of the organisation as it approached its tenth anniversary; to do the kind of critical stock-taking that the people who run the organisation would have loved to […]

Pete Mitchell, TCCE Researcher in Residence 2014-15

30th May, 2016

Thought Drawn from the Body: From the Caves to the Lab Read more

The desire of most artists, and indeed most specialists of any field, is to be connected to everyday reality, and play a part in it. All have differently honed perspectives and specialisms, but they share the same root – an investigation into our lives on this earth, and the good and harm that humans create. By creating a hierarchy […]

Siobhan Davies, Artistic Director, Siobhan Davies Dance

29th May, 2016

The Undiscovered Country (For Techies) Read more

“ The undiscovered country from whose bourn No traveller returns, puzzles the will And makes us rather bear those ills we have Than fly to others that we know not of?” (Hamlet, Act III, Scene I) Many of us are creatures of habit and will be quite content to stay in the tramlines that we […]

Steve Legg - IBM University Programs Manager

27th May, 2016

Pioneering Engagement With The Arts & Cultural Sector At King’s College London Read more

In 2005 Prince Charles married his life-long love, Tony Blair was elected for an historic third term, the conservatives elected David Cameron as their leader and, no less significant, a new vision for higher education’s engagement with the arts and cultural sector was emerging. At that time, I was working in cultural diplomacy at the […]

Katherine Bond - Director, King’s Cultural Institute

1st April, 2016

Time Stands Still Read more

Some know Alexandra Palace – or Ally Pally to us locals – as the home of fairs like Stitching and Knitting, or as hosts of snooker and darts championships, or as a music venue for Bjork and Florence. Very few know that between 1915 and 1919 Alexandra Palace became an internment camp to 3,000 German, […]

Helen Bendon, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, Middlesex University

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