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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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Then and Now: Arts at Warwick

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Then & Now have launched a new instagram page:

Then & Now: Arts at Warwick is a student-led research and public engagement project that will explore the history of the Arts Faculty and student experience at the University of Warwick. Undergraduate and postgraduate students from across Arts are working collaboratively to conduct archival research at the Modern Records Centre and Students’ Union and interviews with staff and students, past and present.

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Wed 01 Apr 2020, 13:40 | Tags: Exhibitions

New student curated exhibition

The latest exhibition at the MRC has been curated by students from the module FR 256: The Right in France from the Dreyfus Affair to Le Pen, convened by Dr Jessica Wardhaugh. The exhibition is titled 'Occupied France: Collaboration, Resistance, Remembrance' and includes a wide range of items, from reports and correspondence to postcards and memorabilia. The exhibition will be on until late April and is open to all.

Students working on the exhibition

Fri 21 Feb 2020, 09:35 | Tags: Exhibitions

Explore the Minority Arts Advisory Service Archive in our new exhibition!

The Modern Records Centre holds publications, photographs, reports and other archive material produced and collected by the Minority Arts Advisory Service (MAAS) between 1976-1995.

Our current exhibition highlights the work of MAAS in Britain and looks at some of the rich cultural and artistic activities the organisation supported during its 20 years of existence.

Our exhibition space is open to all visitors.

Photograph of wall in exhibition space

Mon 06 Jan 2020, 15:06 | Tags: Exhibitions

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