Corporate Workshops and Away Days

Arts Catalyst offers a unique away day or corporate workshop experience.

We offer thought provoking staff experiences for organisations seeking an interesting way to stimulate their teams, reflecting on areas such as the impacts of technology and science on culture, engaging with audiences and the importance of cross-disciplinary working.
We will work with you to tailor workshops and away days for your needs and organisation’s interests. We are able to deliver workshops at our Centre in King’s Cross (capacity 60), at your premises or offsite elsewhere.
Arts Catalyst staff curate and deliver workshops, and depending on budget and requirements, we may source external organisational specialists and resources, drawing on our wide network of experts from the arts, sciences, humanities and technology.
Previously we have provided workshops for companies and organisations such as FleishmanHillard Fishburn, The Gluon Foundation and Royal Holloway University. 
For further information, please contact Claudia Lastra (Executive Director) for more information and costs:
T: +44 (0)20 7278 8373
Arts Catalyst commissions and produces cross-disciplinary art and research. We activate new ideas, conversations and transformative experiences across science and culture, engaging people in a dynamic response to our changing world.
Through working with artists, scientists, communities and interest groups we produce projects, artworks and exhibitions that connect with other fields of knowledge, expanding artistic practice into domains commonly associated with science and specialist research.
In its 24 years, Arts Catalyst has commissioned more than 160 artists’ projects, including major new works by Tomas Saraceno, Aleksandra Mir, Critical Art Ensemble, Jan Fabre and the Otolith Group, and produced numerous exhibitions, events, performances and publications, collaborating with major arts, science and academic organisations.
The Arts Catalyst Centre is a hub for our work, nationally and internationally, where we can develop new projects and co-inquiries connecting local interests with wider planetary issues.