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Information about past work at the Modern Records Centre is included in our annual reports and information bulletins (available online from 1996/7 to 2016/7). Recordings of several past events are also available - the student-led Open Education Series, 2014-2016, and the schools project Archives Alive, 2016.

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Strength Through Unity: LGBT+ History Month

To mark LGBT+ History Month 2021, our online exhibition 'Strength Through Unity' looks at zines, student newspapers and other publications which show aspects of the LGBT+ experience over the past 50 years.

Wed 03 Feb 2021, 10:35 | Tags: Exhibitions

Then & Now Exhibition Launch

Then & Now: Arts at Warwick is a new online exhibition researched and curated by students on the history of the Arts Faculty:

Undergraduate and postgraduate students from across the Arts worked collaboratively to conduct archival research at the Modern Records Centre and Students’ Union Archive, and conducted interviews with current and former staff and students. The exhibition has been divided into six themes to build the narrative of how Arts students have experienced their time at Warwick, including Art & Architecture, Degree Timeline and an Interactive Campus Map.

You can also read an interview with two members of the student-led team in The Boar:

Thu 11 Jun 2020, 14:25 | Tags: Exhibitions

Mind Matters

During Term 2, student curators were working hard to create an exhibition on mental health provision over the past century - 'Mind Matters' - to be displayed at the Modern Records Centre. The Coronavirus closure has of course prevented the physical exhibition (which would have opened this week) but we're pleased to be able to share the contextual information that the students produced in preparation for the display, together with information about events planned to accompany the opening.

We would like to thank the students for their hard work in planning 'Mind Matters'.

Fri 24 Apr 2020, 10:36 | Tags: Exhibitions

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