Barry Flanagan’s 2004 sculpture, Acrobats, showing two hares playing, in front of a stone archway and a tree in autumn.

Art on Campus

Art and Nature Trail

From autumn 2018 until summer 2020, the Mead Gallery is closed as part of the redevelopment of Warwick Arts Centre. During this time, the Mead exhibition programme is being taken out of its white box. Instead, exhibitions, events and art activities for all ages will take place across the University campus and beyond. You can see the full visual arts programme here.

University of Warwick Art Collection

View and learn about over 900 university-owned artworks by some of the most exciting artists of the last 50 years, including Jack Bush, Patrick Heron, Terry Frost, Bridget Riley, Richard Deacon, Catherine Yass, Glenn Ligon, and many others. Find out more

Warwick Arts Centre

We’re one of the largest multi-artform venues in the UK and deliver a high quality, engaging, diverse programme of performing and visual arts, presented in world-class venues and spaces at the heart of the University of Warwick campus. You can see our full programme here