Collaborative research projects
Coventry University and University of Warwick are working together offering awards to projects bringing together Warwick and Coventry academics with cultural organisations in Coventry to develop public engagement activities with impact which invite the general public to participate and respond.
We are excited to share details of some of our projects relating to Coventry City of Culture. Our collaborative projects aim to connect people and places through research to enhance and accentuate the cultural importance of our city and its residents. We want to stimulate and promote research excellence that makes a positive impact in Coventry.
Building on the work done by initiatives including the Warwick Commission on the Future of Cultural Value, the City of Culture partnership, and Coventry City Council’s Cultural strategy, these awards invite applications to either continue research, complete small-scale work or as seed funding for larger projects
Recovery and transformation (2020 - 2021)
Third open call (2019 - 2020)
- Hear Our Stories: Understanding how ‘strength’ and ‘resourcefulness’ shape African- Caribbean Women’s experiences of ageing, health and wellbeing in Coventry
- Urban Village: The Roma's Allotment Project
- Reclaiming “Snake Park”: collaborative transformation of urban green space
- Cooking Connections Coventry: Home-based Sensory Food Experiences for Wellbeing'
- Foleshill Screenings
- World Wide Windows (wWw): exploring Projection as G/loCal Social Portal
- Towards a food-resilient Coventry: making connections for a caring and collaborative city
Second open call (2018 - 2019)
- Homeless Monopoly
- ‘New Midlanders’: Self-reflective Photo Artworks with Asylum Seekers and Refugees
- Coventry: A City of Cultures
- To Walk with Water
- Reclaiming the Coventry Canal
- #thisiscoventry2022: Exploring cultural legacy and social value of creative and social enterprises in the City
- Concrete Cinema: Everyday Brutalism
First open call (2017 - 2018)
- The Studio Van Trial
- The perception of touch in young children and families
- 'Invisible Irish' of Coventry: women diaspora, food and performances
Monitoring and Evaluation
Coventry University is part of a joint team with the City of Culture Trust, Coventry City Council and University of Warwick to make sure there is a real impact on our city and its people.Find out more
City of Culture activities
Have a look at the variety of our activities involving our students and staff.