Window Wanderland + Artist On My Street

Find out more about how Coventry people are transforming ordinary streets into extraordinary art trails.


Various venues across Coventry and Warwickshire

As Coventry and Warwickshire residents light up their streets for Window Wanderland, 21 artists have been commissioned to transform windows in residential areas across the region.

Coventry Artspace has given bursaries to 21 artists to create work for local communities. This project is inspired by the artists all over the world who have found ways to bring moments of light to their neighbourhoods during the pandemic by sharing their work in windows, balconies and on the streets.

Artists will be featured on the Artspace website and audio recordings about the artwork will be shared on the Echoes audio app so that visitors can find out more about them and their practice. The work will be professionally photographed and promoted through Coventry Artspace and Coventry City of Culture Trust social media channels. The project is funded by Arts Council England, The National Lottery Community Fund, Coventry City Council and Coventry City of Culture Trust (CCCT) and builds on the Window Wanderland trails led by CCCT in 2021.


Phase 3 artists:

Celia Johnson at Albany Theatre, Coventry CV5 6JQ

Emily Hett at the Cov Building Society, Binley, CV3 1HU

Frances Yeung at the Walk-In-Centre, Stoney Stanton Road, CV1 4FS

James Robinson at the Aspire Family Hub, CV1 2SF

Rachel Doughty at the Allesley Park Library, CV5 9JE

Tara Rutledge at the Langar Aid House, CV1 3AR

Olugbemi Moronfolu at the Mosaic Community Centre, Hillfields, CV1 5LF

Dr Seyedeh Naseriniaki at the Coventry Refugee & Migrant Centre, CV1 5FX


Phase 2 artists:

Bibi Asmahiel at the Refugee and Migrant Centre, Norton House, CV1 5FX

Caitriona Dunnett at the Ken Kenneth Community Centre, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 0DA  

Daniel Pryde-Jarman & Jane Ball at the Starley Housing Co-operative, Vicroft Court

Indira Lakshmi at the Broad Street Hall, Foleshill, CV6 5BG

Janet Tryner at the Crow Recycling, Orchard House, Hillfields, CV1 5LB

Kitty Kaur at the Bedworth Leisure Centre, CV12 0JP 

Madeleine Snowdon at the SYDNI Centre, Leamington Spa, CV31 1PT

Tom Godwin at the Moat House Leisure and Neighbourhood Centre, CV2 1EA


Scroll down to see the works from Phase 1.


In the first round, five artists were selected to show their work in the windows and entrances of public buildings around the suburbs of Coventry, making their unique art visible and accessible to the public. Check them out below. (Photos by Jamie Gray)


The Artist on my Street project is funded by Arts Council England, National Lottery Community Fund, Coventry City Council and Coventry City of Culture Trust (CCCT) and builds on the Window Wanderland trails led by CCCT in 2021.


From 20 February to 19 March 2021, streets across Coventry and Warwickshire lit up their front windows and gardens and became beautiful walking trails. Thanks to support from The National Lottery Community Fund, we worked with amazing people across the city who were determined to get their local communities involved.

Window Wanderland is part of #LoveCoventry, a Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 programme funded by the National Lottery Community Fund