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A Coventry University student has created an animated film about a troubled young boy as part of Illustration Nation taking place in Coventry during June.
An Illustration and Animation student has used his personal experience of life in the Philippines to create colourful and imaginative images for his end of year project.
A Coventry University Music Performance student will be taking to the stage in May to perform an evening of gypsy jazz at the lively music venue Taylor John's House in Coventry.
As part of the SPECTRUM 2012 festival, student group ‘Switch Dance Theatre’ will be offering an Afro-Caribbean inspired performance at Coventry University during May.
Imran Khan, solicitor for Stephen Lawrence’s family will be one of the speakers at a key lecture taking place in Coventry during May, which will discuss the challenging issues of race and justice in modern Britain.
The former president of one of the world’s largest and most successful motor companies will give a free talk at Coventry University next month as part of Coventry Car Day.
A free seminar series at Coventry University is set to explore how the transport systems of the future can be designed to boost economic growth, reduce carbon emissions and improve the wellbeing of the population.
As the Paralympic Games prepares to return to the country of its inception this summer, one of the world’s leading experts on the competition has launched a 370-page book charting the event’s history and development since the 1940s.
As part of the SPECTRUM 2012 performing arts festival, Coventry University student Emily Bird‘s short film showing us how a simple car trip can turn into a nightmare will be screened in the city during May.
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.
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