What is the Arts & Humanities Festival?
The Arts & Humanities Festival is an annual event which celebrates and disseminates the work going on across the different Departments and Research Centres within the School of Arts & Humanities here at King’s College London.
It is a bringing together of academic practices, an opportunity for collaboration between departments, across the College, and with external partners. It’s a showcase of the research going on throughout the School, with an emphasis on practical applications and public engagement.
A range of events take place across the Festival, including exhibitions, performances, lectures, readings, roundtables, debates, film screenings, Q&A sessions and guided walks/ tours. Nearly all the events are free and open to the public.
Who is the Arts & Humanities Festival for?
The Arts & Humanities Festival is for everyone. It’s a celebration of the achievements of the School and as such we invite people from all walks of life to come and get a taste of the things we are doing.
We want to use the opportunity to engage our wider audience: anyone with an interest in the Arts & Humanities. We welcome members of the public, our alumni, members of other academic institutions, our creative partners, local businesses, prospective students, current students and staff from across the College, as well as former and future staff members.
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