Creative Quarter 2017

This year the V&A, Natural History Museum, Imperial College London, Science Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Royal College of Music and Goethe-Institut will welcome young people considering careers in the creative industries to a day of talks, workshops and behind the scenes tours on Friday 17th November. Click here to sign up for more information about Creative Quarter.

Creative Quarter at the V&A

17th Nov
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Visit the V&A for Art, Design and Performance. Your students will get advice from and be inspired by leading professionals across the Creative Industries, including Jaguar, Arup, the makers of Minecraft Xbox 360 and Punchdrunk. Take part in exciting drop-in events and hands-on workshops including fashion design, ceramics, architecture and much more…

Creative Quarter at Imperial College London

17th Nov
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Find inspiration through interactive demonstration lectures or a series of smaller career insight sessions where you get to meet one of the scientists working at Imperial and hear what it is like to be a science professional. Students can also get involved on the day with hands on science activities.

Creative Quarter at the Royal Albert Hall

17th Nov
10am, 2pm
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From Ed Sheeran and Adele to Harry Potter book launches and Bond premieres – have you ever wondered how the Royal Albert Hall does it all?! A Day in The Life shows the insider perspective on how we run one of London’s most iconic and versatile venues. Bookings will be made through the Education & Outreach team at education@royalalberthall.com and each tour will have 20 places available.

Exploring Careers in Music with the Royal College of Music

17th Nov
Royal College of Music
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What does a creative career in music look like? From performing to teaching, composing and more, this session will explore potential musical pathways and feature guest speakers, live music and interactive workshop elements. Join us and take away a knowledge of the skills required for a successful portfolio career in music. To book please telephone the RCM Box Office on 020 7591 4314

Creative Quarter at the Science Museum

17th Nov
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Join the Science Museum to see where science skills can take you and discover how scientists, engineers, designers and photographers really have shaped our world. There’ll be chance to explore our Media Space photography exhibition and the Engineer Your Future gallery alongside exclusive workshops and activities.

Creative Quarter at the Natural History Museum

17th Nov
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Visit the Natural History Museum to meet scientists, discover more about cutting-edge scientific research going on behind-the-scenes, and ask questions about careers in science. Discover more about our scientific research in a behind the scenes tour and meet treasures such as the giant squid and specimens collected by Charles Darwin. To book please call 020 7952 5555 and quote Creative Quarter.

Creative Quarter at the Goethe-Institut

17th Nov
Goethe-Institut
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Sessions for students will focus on careers and opportunities with German and science, sport, design, theatre and film as well as business. The sessions will be led by experts who have combined their knowledge of the German language and their professional skills. Students will have the opportunity to interact with the German language and culture.

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Creative Quarter Engineering Tour

17th Nov
10.45am - 2.45pm
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Join a special Creative Quarter tour where volunteers from Imperial will take you on a South Kensington tour of engineering. Starting at the V&A, hear about Arup's innovative engineering solutions, then take a tour at the Royal Albert Hall for an insider perspective on how they run one of London’s most iconic and versatile venues and finally hear from Imperial's team about how robotics can reproduce missing human limbs giving complete dexterity and could soon even surpass our own biology. For further details and to book please contact outreach@imperial.ac.uk. The booking for one group of 20 people.