Our key projects in 2023/24
An exciting project to forge a future founded on creative energy and innovation along the length of the Thames.
Our Arts Centre team deliver Kent's most diverse programme live performances and film screenings.
A unique programme providing funding for individuals who want to extend the use of their research within the cultural and creative industries
Every year we deliver bOing! Family Festival. With our 12,000 people on campus, it is the University's biggest community engagement event.
Developing our next generation of cultural and creative leaders
Arts events and opportunities created for young people, by young people.
Fostering collaboration and exchange among medical and health humanities studies scholars.
History and Creativity combine to produce public art, schools education, podcasting and much more
DARC focuses on the application of digital technology in architecture and explores the creative use of digital technologies in design and fabrication.
The study of reproduction in all its forms. Photo Credit: Deon Black, Unsplash.
Investigating the relationship of the arts and humanities to health, healthcare, medicine and medical education.
The group specialises in research that is collaborative, of high impact, international and interdisciplinary in scope.
Consolidating digital-oriented research and teaching at the University of Kent.
Light for Life brings together teams working on the technology, applications and understanding of light.
A partnership between the University of Kent; the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London; and Aarhus University (Denmark).
Examining the role and influence of new and recent technologies in the creation, performance and dissemination of new music.
Investigating the interface between computer science and the domains of bioscience, cognition and physics.
TIME provides its researchers with a platform to explore new and innovative approaches to topics related to the wider area of digital innovation.
We are excited by writing that changes the reader and, ultimately – even if it is a very small way – the world.
The Intelligent Interactions group has interests in all aspects of information engineering, digital media and human-machine interactions.
Interdisciplinary study of heritage from the conceptual, and the virtual to the material fabric and its sustainable conservation.
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