Creativity is how we change the world. Ask big questions, see things differently and spark your imagination with us.
Creative Kent celebrates your creative journey with us. Whatever you study or wherever you teach, we want to act as a beacon for how creativity can question, astonish and transform - across our campuses and the wider communities in which we live and work.
We'll help new networks flourish and collaboration thrive, helping budding gamers, doctors entrepeneurs and writers access inspiration and make the future real.
From our labs to our world-class cultural centres, make new connections and experience the power of creativity at events and initiatives across Kent.
The new Medway School of Arts, will see iCCi partner with Medway Council to expand art courses.
Kent’s Historic Dockyard Chatham has been given a major boost with almost £4m of funding.
Kent’s Gospel Choir has won the 11th annual University Gospel Choir of the Year Competition.
A good portion of panto’s extensive heritage is held in the University of Kent archives.
Walking with Ghosts is an a multimedia immersive art experience exploring the legacy of war
The Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries is advertising two fully funded PhD studentships.
This project develops the creative skills of 16- 25 year olds in disadvantaged areas of North Kent.
Mo Pietroni Spenst is a freelance performance maker, producer, facilitator and researcher.
Mo is leading the delivery of Elevate: slow conference in accessible, inclusive and disabled-led arts.
We asked Mo to explain a bit more about the concept.