Collaboration

Co-location of university, civic and national cultural heritage partners at Kelvin Hall will also help forge new practices and opportunities for academics and professionals in the arts and heritage sector.

Collaborative Space and Facilities

The Kelvin Hall development will provide the space and facilities to enable collaboration across disciplines.

Facilities include research and teaching labs, advanced conservation studios, research and seminar rooms, a digital film archive, and  a dedicated postgraduate space and library.

This will give experts in individual domains the time to interact and build connections, craft a common language and work in conditions conducive to successful communication.

By connecting insights and understanding across the sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences, it is hoped that many major breakthroughs of the twenty-first century will occur.

Co-location of university, civic and national cultural heritage partners at Kelvin Hall will also help forge new practices and opportunities for academics and professionals in the arts and heritage sector.

International Partners

International partners as distinctive as Christies Education, Re:Enlightenment and the Smithsonian Institution will have an initial presence at Kelvin Hall. 

Venue

University of Glasgow at Kelvin Hall

1445 Argyle St

Glasgow G3 8AW

Scotland

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