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November 26, 2012
Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/knowledge/culture/aeneaswilder
The ‘Kick Down’ is where Wilder (pictured left), a Scottish installation artist, brings in an element of performance to his exhibitions. Wilder’s ‘Kick Downs’ are exclusive affairs and all the public tickets for this event have now gone. The Knowledge Centre has, however, been given two pairs of tickets to give away so that four lucky winners can experience this once in a lifetime event.
To stand a chance of winning a pair of these tickets, simply answer the following question:
Q) How many days did it take Aeneas Wilder to create #162? (Hint: read ‘What Goes Up, Must Come Down: A podcast interview with artist Aeneas Wilder’ for a clue).
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your answer, name and contact details. The competition closes at 2pm on Friday 30 November 2012 and entries will be drawn out of a hat that afternoon. Please include a mobile telephone number with your entry.
Full details of the 'Kick Down' are available on the Warwick Arts Centre website.
June 21, 2011
From 4th – 15th July, our theme on the Knowledge Centre will be “Terror and Security” and will look back over the past ten years since 9/11, examine different perspectives on global security, and how we manage the risk of terrorism.
Today is the nationwide premiere of the film Countdown to Zero about the war on nuclear weapons. Audiences will gather in locations across the UK and Ireland on “Demand Zero Day” to watch the broadcast simultaneously, and Warwick Arts Centre are one of around 60 cinemas taking part.
We have a pair of tickets to give away to this screening which includes a satellite broadcast of a discussion panel starring Her Majesty Queen Noor, Labour Party politician Margaret Beckett, ex-CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson and Oscar-winning producer Lawrence Bender.
The premiere itself opens the Global Zero London summit with a Gala screening at BAFTA at which high-profile dignitaries, UK parliamentarians, and celebrities will attend.
To win a pair of tickets to the screening at Warwick Arts Centre at 6:30pm this evening, send your full name and telephone number to email@example.com with the answer to the following question:
Who is the director of the film, Countdown to Zero?
Deadline for entries is 5pm today. The winner will be chosen at random from the correct entries and will be informed by phone. The tickets will be available for collection at the box office at Warwick Arts Centre.
Find out more about the screening on the Warwick Arts Centre website.