The next generation of toys could be controlled by the power of the mind, thanks to research by the University of Warwick.
Unpublished women writers from across Africa are being given a platform thanks to an online network and established by a University of Warwick academic.
On 18 June 2016, to celebrate “Art Night Venezia” (Venice’s annual art festival), the University of Warwick (Warwick in Venice) will exhibit work by the Venetian photographer Anna Zemella in a free exhibition entitled, Algario Veneziano: A Different Look at the Algae of Venice.
A sculpture by one of Britain’s greatest living artists has been unveiled at the University of Warwick.
A TV chef, a pioneer of Coventry’s musical heritage and a polar explorer and will be helping to highlight the contribution the University of Warwick has made at home and abroad since it was established 50 years ago.
Warwick Arts Centre announce their Autumn programme of world class performances and artistic adventures.
Community takes the centre-stage on Sunday 24 June as the Warwick Student Arts Festival (WSAF) 2012 opens with collaborative works, bringing the local areas of Coventry and Leamington together with the student body through performance, competition and family-friendly entertainment.
Peter Blegvad, English and Creative Writing professor, has won a Silver Sony Radio Academy Award for Best Drama with his radiophonic play ‘Use It Or Lose It’.
Carlos Fuentes, who died on May 15th 2012, was an internationally well-known and critically acclaimed Mexican novelist and honarary graduate of the University of Warwick. Professor John King from the School of Comparative American Studies reflects upon his life and achievements.
Tickets for the full line up of live events for the Autumn Season at Warwick Arts Centre are now on sale.
Warwick Arts Centre's varied programme features events that offer something for everyone - world class theatre, exceptional music and dance, some of comedy’s biggest names plus delightful productions for younger audiences.
This Saturday is the inaugural World Book Night - a nationwide event which will see one million books be given away by an army of book lovers to members of the public across the UK and Ireland. The University is one of the World Book Night givers, so head along to Warwick Arts Centre between 6pm and 8pm on Saturday 5 March to see if you can pick up your own free copy of a World Book Night book.