The Warwick community is actively engaged with supporting projects and activities across the region on professional and personal levels. Over the coming months, we will be adding profiles of staff and students who continue to contribute to Coventry UK City of Culture 2021.
If you would like to be featured, or have suggestions for people we should include, please get in touch.
- We won! Emily Dunford, Postgraduate Officer at WarwickSU, discusses the opportunities City of Culture will bring to our students
- Why Cov? Kirsty Beddoes, 3rd year History of Art student, explains why Coventry's win means so much to her
- The story of Ira Aldridge: Warwick's Tony Howard blogs about the man who saved Coventry Theatre from collapse in the 1820s
- Ghost town: Warwick's Helen Wheatley discusses the 'haunting' of Coventry
- All cultures have food in common: Warwick's Vish Roy talks Talking Birds and community engagement
- Coventry as a learning platform: Warwick's Jonathan Vickery blogs about students and the city
- Try something different: Warwick's Richard Harrison explains why Coventry has a lot to offer us all
- Layers of conversations in all languages: Artist Carolyn Deby describes her Coventry
- Masterji and me: Warwick's Tarla Patel discusses her father Maganbhai Patel's acclaimed photography
- Storytelling for health: Warwick's Emma Parfitt talks creativity in Coventry
- Hands-on skill-building: Warwick's Martin Price blogs about FabLab, a STEAM outreach resource