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Ever woke up to a messy bed after a hard night on the town? Well one student from Coventry University has used this experience to create an eye-catching final year Degree Show project that uses bed sheets to promote the legendary club, Ministry of Sound.
The inventive artform know as automatic drawing has proved an interesting challenging for one final year Fine Art student from Coventry University.
Photography student Bijash Chauhan has produced a collection of images embracing the multiculturalism of modern Britain for his end of year project.
Automotive Design student Michael Robertson, 22, has created an imaginative final year degree project that examines our perception of luxury cars.
Coventry University students Memories in Motion will be presenting their original dance piece looking at dementia and its affects, to coincide with the start of Dementia Awareness Week (May 20th – 26th).
We asked MSc International Business student, Andrea Czapova about her experience on the Global Leaders Programme.
Is there a place for handcrafted cars in the future? This is the question that one Automotive Design student has posed as part of his final year project.
The free-to-attend Coventry Conversations will continue this month with Phil Riley from Orion Media, who will be discussing Free at last – rebranding Mercia, BRMB etc. Taking place on Thursday 10th May, Phil will talk about the ever evolving local radio scene and the recent rebrand of Mercia along with three of its sister stations in the Midlands – BRMB, Beacon and Wyvern.
Coventry University’s performing arts students will be showcasing their final year projects in theatre, music and design from next week as part of the School of Art and Design’s annual Degree Show.
A Coventry University Fine Art student has been inspired by our everyday essentials to create a thought provoking final project.
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