A portrait photo of Lanchester Archive team member Clelia Furlan.

Clelia Furlan

Outreach Worker

Originally from a small town in Northeastern Italy, I moved to the UK in 2013 to read Philosophy at Cambridge. After graduating in 2016, I spent six months working for the Royal Collection at Windsor Castle and then moved to Coventry for an MA in Philosophy and the Arts at Warwick. I immediately fell in love with the city and its vibrant cultural life, so I decided to stay on after my graduation, working first at Warwick Arts Centre and now at the Lanchester Interactive Archive, where I try to make sure that as many people as possible learn about Fred, his inventions, and his story. When I’m not doing that, I can usually be found at a museum, a local theatre, or curled up on a couch with a good book.