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Film and TV production worsens climate crisis

Streaming giants are making TV production worse for the environment than ever before according to new research into the environmental impact of film and television production from the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge. One Hollywood film creates around 3,000 tonnes of carbon, the equivalent of driving around the world almost 300 times.

Dr Elizabeth Goldring explores the hidden mysteries of Hans Holbein at The Queen’s Gallery

The University of Warwick’s Dr Elizabeth Goldring is set to speak at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace on 30 November to discuss the works of Hans Holbein and uncover the hidden mysteries of the portraits. The talk is part of Royal Collection Trust’s new exhibition ‘Holbein at the Tudor Court.’

A New Creative Director for Warwick Arts Centre

The University of Warwick is pleased to announce the appointment of Beth Byrne as the new Creative Director for Warwick Arts Centre. With over twenty years of production experience in performance sectors, Beth brings a wealth of expertise to her new role.

Wed 22 Nov 2023, 13:50 | Tags: Warwick Arts Centre, Arts and Humanities, Arts

Dr Heidi Ashton on why sexual misconduct, bullying and harassment is so pervasive in the cultural and creative industries.

From the #MeToo movement to ongoing cases of bullying and harassment at all levels of the industry, harmful behaviours perpetrated by people in positions of power are proving stubbornly difficult to deal with across the creative sector.

University of Warwick’s FAB shortlisted for RIBA Stirling Prize

The University of Warwick’s Faculty of Arts building has been shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize 2023. 

The £60m building is one of six on the final shortlist for the prestigious award, and the only one outside of London.  

University of Warwick gets to know its local moths

This week the University of Warwick hosted its first moth survey event. The survey is part of National Moth Week and found ten varieties of moths live on campus. The survey attendees were able to learn more about these creatures, why they are so important to the ecosystem and what they can tell us about climate change.

Thu 27 Jul 2023, 16:43 | Tags: Faculty of Arts, Arts and Humanities, sustainability

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