The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares ‘The Winter Tree: Art and Neuroscience in the Uk’ an academic symposium organised by CCI’s Dr Marius Kwint. Wednesday, 27th March 2019, 10.30am – 5.45pm.
The University of Portsmouth’s School of Art, Design and Performance, in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, brings its community offerings to Wales with a series of student-led workshops for young people exploring the culture of British Sign Language through drama.
Molly Burns, a PhD student from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, wrote a monologue for Journeys Festival International. Mulberry Tree was read out at the Journeys Festival International Weekender that took place last month.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares news of two new Audience of the Future Design Foundation projects here at the University of Portsmouth. ‘XR Audience Centred Design – The Future Theatre’ and ‘Designing Disgust – Why do we feel the need to judge?’ will be projects based within CCI. XR Audience Centred Design – The Future Theatre ‘XR
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and Faculty of Science are pleased to share an exhibition, and talk, based on the intriguing subject of palaeoart, which is taking place as part of A Pint of Science.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are pleased to share volunteering opportunities with Cheltenham Music Festival 2018. Cheltenham Festivals is looking for friendly, hard-working and enthusiastic volunteers. Volunteers will be needed from Tuesday 3rd July, to Monday 16th July to help with all aspects of running a successful festival. This would be a valuable experience especially