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Make new connections and experience the power of creativity at events and initiatives across Kent.
Creativity is how we change the world. Ask big questions, see things differently and spark your imagination with us.
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Ginger Bennett talks about applying for Arts Council Funding for her project, Songs From My Soul.
Students can now watch a recording of the talk and Q&A with Mark Backler from Sketchbook Games
Kevin Grist of Electric Medway: his journey from freelancer to festival director. 14 October
Student, staff and public engagement with the Institute and Creative Kent
All University of Kent students are eligible for FREE membership to Creative UK through our premium corporate membership.
Soriya Labovich, MA Curating, was awarded a scholarship to attend the 2022 Birth Rites Summer School - here she tells us about her experience
Bunmi supported the launch of our prestigious art collection, Birth Rites
A unique programme of lectures, workshops, seminars and one-to-one tutorials
A Personalised Genome in 25 Self Portraits
Michael was awarded the Kent & Medway Medical School's very first Music Performance Scholarship in 2020.
Ground breaking Art collection hosted on our Canterbury campus
The Birth Rites Collection is the first and only collection of contemporary artwork dedicated to the subject of childbirth.
Creative Play for babies
Artists are working in libraries and children’s centres with mentoring from national and international artists to develop their creative practice for babies and their families.
Find out how Misty's work placement provided her with essential work experiences in a real creative environment.
Rob is working on a specific project for the Institute. More on this soon
Kaz Cooper did an MA in Curating here at Kent and was Assistant Curator for the WOW exhibition 2021
Get in touch with us at the Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries if you have a creative idea, or if you have been involved in a creative project at Kent and we could help to promote it on this page. We can also help with exploring funding opportunities.
We offer regular volunteering opportunities for students, such as our International Family Arts Festival, BOing, and the Medway Rapture Gaming & Creative Festival, where students can earn Employability points for taking part.
The University of Kent has a flourishing programme of music, and students from all subjects, together with staff and the local community, have the opportunity to get involved in a wide-range of extra-curricular music activities.
We are also looking for creative students from any academic background to be part of our Student-led committee.
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