The University of Warwick is collaborating with the Coventry Biennial art festival 2023 to celebrate local artists.
The Biennial is an exciting time for contemporary art that heralds the cultural significance of the city and is set to launch this autumn in venues across Coventry and Warwickshire. The festival includes exhibitions, public talks, workshops, and activities that have been visited by a million people since the Biennial began in 2017.
Online exhibition of artworks by Coventry artists reflecting university research launches in December
· The University of Warwick and Coventry University will launch Coventry Creates 2021, a second online exhibition of collaborative work between researchers and Coventry artists.
Resonate Festival announces 2Tone: Lives and Legacies Screenings – Women Pioneers - Coventry Cathedral, Saturday July 24
Women trailblazers of the 2Tone and ska post-punk music scene of the late 1970s are being celebrated in an evening of film screenings and lively discussion at Coventry Cathedral later this month. The free event is running as part of Resonate Festival, a year-long themed programme of public conversations, talks, exhibitions, film festivals, walking tours, debates and a family festival day organised by The University of Warwick, a principal partner in Coventry UK City of Culture 2021.
Queer/Disrupt, a student-led research collective based at the University of Warwick, wants LGBT+ creators and allies to submit their work for a new exhibition and permanent archive on the theme of “Queering the Quarantine.”
Coventry University and the University of Warwick have selected 18 local artists to receive a grant that will allow them to continue their work during the COVID-19 pandemic through collaboration with researchers from the social sciences, arts, science and medicine from across both the city’s universities.
Both Coventry’s universities announce funding for local artists to create digital art to support run up to Coventry City of Culture 2021
The University of Warwick and Coventry University have launched a joint project that will fund local artists to work with researchers to create digital art works that will be showcased this summer in a special digital exhibition in conjunction with the Coventry City of Culture Trust. They will then kept in the Coventry City of Culture Digital Archive.