A new creative venture from the Faculty of Arts will help develop the University as a powerhouse for the artistic, cultural, creative and media industries in the region and beyond. The new School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures will redefine Warwick’s teaching and research in the arts, cultural and creative industries – offering great opportunities for students, graduates, external partners, academics and for public engagement.
Congratulations to PhD researcher Carmen Wong, Academic Administrator, Sarah Shute and Impact Officer Nese Tosun who have been nominated for a university award.
Carmen Wong has been nominated in the Public Engagement Contribution category
Sarah Shute has been nominated in the Unsung Hero category
Nese Tosun has been nominated in the Student Experience category
For a full list of nominations see here
We are delighted to announce that Varvara Sklez has won the Chancellor's International Scholarship. Varvara is currently a Research Fellow at the RANEPA in Moscow, and she will be joining the School in September this year. The title of her PhD dissertation is: The Aesthetics of Effort: Performing the Difficult Past in Contemporary Russian Theatre. Varvara will be supervised by Dr. Milija Gluhovic (Theatre), Prof. Christoph Mick (History), and Prof. Michael Saward (Politics).